Cox Bay Beach Resort
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... br> crabbing and dropping a pot from the dock.
Nine other people were on the boat plus another dog besides
Manny and Bacon. The ride across the sound to Meares Island was no more than 10
minutes and soon we were docked and left to our own devices. There was
confusion on finding the trail and boardwalk and Tony and I just found the
trail and turned right to head around the trail counterclockwise and away from
... use of a shaded picnic bench to take in the views before setting off on our next leg of the journey to Tofino near the Pacific Rim Provincial Park. Taking a pitstop at Kerr Creek, we decided to take a short cut through the trees to find an oasis. There were a small group of people taking a swim in the cold water to cool off. Despite being tempted, we were content to just dip our feet in the water and built our traditional traveller stone man instead. We finally ...
... back, into a very strong wind. Welcome to Tofino. So worth it though.. watching the surfers do their thing.. couples young and old, families with kids, others with dogs, some on bicycles which was interesting to watch in the wind.. all there to enjoy the sand and the surf, the beautiful vistas, etc. It surprised me how peaceful it was, even in the wind. After our walk we cleaned up and then started to make our way back to Victoria. Thanks Greg and Tracy for the great weekend! ...
... Beach meant to be the best in Canada. On the other side of Long Beach is Schooners Cove. There is kayaking, fishing, whale watching, hot springs soaking, other people come to do the hiking trails through the ancient rain forests, spot bald eagles and black bears (which we haven't seen yet. In winter there is storm watching which would be great to see off the rugged coastline.
Parked downtown in Tofino to walk around the ...
... arrived at the interpretive centre in time to catch a fascinating talk by a local Indian ranger. Everywhere you turn on the island there is reference to "First Nation" people – whether crafts, language, food. Vancouver Island had numerous tribes, who dug out canoes and hunted whales. We got told about the relationship with the cedar tree, and how much the people relied on it for so many aspects of their life. We made our own little rope out of cedar bark - ...