Canadian Princess Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We arrived bright and early at HorseShoe Bay ready to catch the ferry to the Island. It's quite a intimidating experience queuing up for one of these ferry's in Canada as most of the population seems to consider any vehicle smaller then a large bus not worthy of driving. In fact quite often on our camping trips we would see a massive RV pull up next to us and expect a family of 18 to come spilling out, only to see that the sole occupants are an elderly retired couple and their ...
After taking my pictures at the beach, I continued on my drive with Mom. We drove to Ucluelet to see what this place had to offer. There were tons of tourists here as well.
We did not stay long as we knew we had a long drive back to Port Renfrew - more than 6 hours drive ahead of ...
... chip butty's, some R&R and a few card games.
The next morning we continued our journey towards the Pacific Rim coast line, visiting the Sproat Lake Provincial Park which was home to some Petroglyph’s (historical native stone carvings) and one of the last Canadian Waterbombers – This was a real highlight for me. We then put Lola through her first serious mountain range climb, and after taking in the amazing scenic views (albeit in the pouring rain) we arrived at ...
... so that's a long time to maintain a winning status - we'll see how he does from here. There was a brisk wind for our walk but it was very refreshing after the hot, dry summer in Ohio. The wind and moderate waves gave us some movement on the ship - which is no problem for us - it makes for some great people watching as they try to walk a straight line down the hallways. We have another day at sea tomorrow. Take ...
... until you've seen these guys (or guy/girls - apparently they are hermaphrodites)!
We needed to refill our growler of beer (priorities!) but found Tofino brewery doesn't open until noon so we hit Chesterman Beach for a stroll. We were told by a man in Saskatchewan that there were some lesser known old WWII bunkers along the beaches in Tofino, but they must of been too "lesser known" because we couldn't ...