Tofino Inlet Cottages aka The Mini Motel
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Time. With no place to rush off today we had time to do whatever we wanted. No plans. No schedule. We enjoyed coffee and breakfast while looking out at the beach and took time to think about what we wanted to do in the area for the next several days. For today we decided on a bike Journey into the village. Without a bike trailer we had no way to take the puppies with us we took Manny and Bacon out for a long walk on the beak. ...
Today we decided to hit the beach we headed towards Tofino and stopped off at wickaninnish beach. We were all set for the day. Don even brought the BBQ. The beach was lovely and not very busy at all. There was a lot of sea mist making visibility low but still it was lovely. We watched the surf school, collected shells, looked at the blue jelly fish on the waters edge and after hour or so Harrison even ventured ...
... First excitement of the day was me heading out in the monster car to drop off DVDs and pick up bread etc. i had driven the car along a straight highway with tutting husband beside me, but this was my first time driving in town on my own. It was FINE. Although my palms were a bit sweaty when I made it home!
Then it was down to town for all of us and boarding the lovely ship, aptly named Leviathan. The whales, we heard, were right at the very furthest edge ...
... Relief. Onto the two hour ferry journey we go. The road up to Tofino was truly beautiful. Picturesque scenes in every direction. One unexpected scene on the roadside was a Black Bear. Totally stunned. Neither of us thought we'd come across a wild bear until Alaska. Thankfully it seemed more interested in the roadside than our car. Phew. I'll never forget that. We checked into the Maquinna hotel which was cheap and cheerful and ...
... to a few other stores to shop. I went to Pike Place Market and bought a pound of Washington cherries and walked past the Olympic Sculpture Park to a shady grassy area by the water and ate the cherries and some goldfish, while listening to three ladies talk all about their travels. I stopped by the Aquarium to see if I could get the free crew pass but it turned out I needed my laminex I.D. Hopefully, if I get another contract for late ...