Buena Vista by the Sea
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... Caverns). NOOO! These are like working man's caves. You need to perform to receive the results.
There is: crawling, climbing, scrambling, slipping, sliding, getting feet wet, banging head (thank God for hard hats), etc. and just overall exertion and muscle extension (we still have muscles?).
I forgot to mention a very traumatic experience we each had in Vancouver. When we were on the bus to catch the ferry (which was ...
... and fries at the waters edge. Where else win the world can you sit and have a burger and watch eagles atop of trees , swooping down over the water , doing their own spot of fishing. Upon return to WEL Maya and I decided to go for a row. Okay forget that, as we were going around in circles. Time to light the fire in the huge fire pit. We settled in for the remainder of the night, enjoying our BBQ overlooking the quaint hamlet. Where is the ...
... dollar homes backing onto the sea. Lovely views but one day the cliffs will give way like in America and the homes will fall into the sea.
Walked down the trail to Seal Bay the beach is pebbles like the others beaches with a lot of washed up logs. No seals or whales to see must have know we were coming walked some distance before taking steep trail back up to the road and crossing ...
... We’re staying about five minutes away from Parksville. Last year we stumbled across a popular playground near the beach so our first mission is to find it again. Shouldn’t be too hard – the beach is that long stony thing beside the sea, and the sea is usually located at the bottom of hills. OK, this is the right road but, hey, what happened to the parking area? Parts of the street have been blocked. We see some ...
... several more small, seaside towns until we came to Nanaimo. At the recommendation of Dana's softball teammate from Canyon Vistas who lives on Vancouver Island, we stayed at Living Forest Oceanside RV park in Nanaimo. It is a large park, over 200 sites, in a heavily forested area right on the water. Our site was on the edge of a steep cliff overlooking the bay which contained logging pens. There were several large cargo vessels in the bay. Still cloudy and ...