Gold Coast Retreat
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Saturday is public market day in Tofino so we headed into town with all the other tourist and locals….mostly locals. Most of the path into town was in the shade and pleasantly cool. The Saturday Market operates out of the park in the middle of the village with several booths peddling local arts and crafts. Some local musicians were playing from the gazebo in the corner. We treated ourselves to ice coffee while sitting and enjoying the music and watching the people come ...
As previously trailed by Miss Kitty we did indeed get out on the water again today, our last in Tofino. Al was once again our guide as we aimed to see a bear and land a fish in the same day, a feat not seen in these here parts for many a long year.
The day started at 8.45, whilst the rest of the family slept on I made some rubbishly small sandwiches and packed our supply of chocolate biscuits shaped like goldfish in case they would ...
... Very unusual for this area. I had to take some mushroom pictures with the snow caps.
I also took him for a hike at Cathedral Grove with the 700 year old trees.
I think his favorite hike was going with my meetup women's hiking group because he was, of course the only man. ...
Woke up this morning to find the Oosterdam had arrived in the Port of Victoria and it was raining moderately. I had to get up immediately, as I had decided to attend the last Computer Course of the trip. It was about "Making Movies from photos taken" and once again Jessica (the instructor) did a good job of getting the message across to me.
I then met Jackie for a breakfast of Omelette and waffles with berries. It was a great way to start the day.
Then it ...
... fine if the Ranger spots your car without a ticket well we didn't know and visited all these beaches not knowing. Well we ducked down to the beach front and the mist was so thick paying $13.00 for a couple of hours walking in the mist was a bit expensive plus I don't think we would see anything. Looking at the Tourist Map the scene looked just the same as the rugged coastline at Ucluelet where we had been yesterday hiking.