Oceanfront Suites at Cowichan Bay
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... used to. When we were ''almost'' back, it started to rain... Luckily not too hard but I started a final sprint anyways. On our way back from Genoa Bay we were supposed to go through the estuary (this is a place where the river and ocean meet, where lots of wild animals live), but we were too tired and it would take too long.
After kayaking we went to have lunch at Rock Cod Cafe where I ordered the Rock Cod Cafe Burger, a really good ...
... guys". Ha at least she was honest right! Lunch was really yum though! The road from Port Renfrew back to Lake Cowichan is an old logging road that's only been paved in recent years so we passed plenty of logging trucks. On the way we stopped off at "the big tree" a huge ancient tree in the forest - it was pretty cool. Down a bit further we came across another RV pulled up & a couple who were out taking photos of something. Always keen for another wildlife encounter we pulled up to ...
... a beautiful big eyed doe cross the road, stop and look at us. Bambi eat your heart out!
Sad to say goodbye to the mountains as we headed out to the flat farmland back to Calgary. Would definitely like to come back to the Rockies one day. It really is just so jaw droppingly beautiful. Sigh
Flight to Victoria was ok, Westjet staff have a bit of personality, actually the guy on the gate had way too much personality. Hahaha. Loudest person ever ...
... drove south on the big sweep inland.
Early next morning we caught another BC Ferry to Port Hardy at the northern end of Vancouver Island arriving there at about 10pm after a pleasant 15 hour cruise through this southern section of the Inside Passage.
Port Hardy didn't grab us too much and while we got lost in the nearby forest (there is a lot of logging done on Vancouver Island and heaps of trails) for a few hours we headed south after a couple of nights ...
... we couldn't find any here in Scotland.
I decided to tackle the flat tire which went fairly well. Although I'm finding the tires a ***** to get on and off on these rims. I hope I don't have to do that again but on the other hand I just didn't want to deal with fixing a flat in Glasgow at the airport after a very long day.
By this time 2 hours had passed. The check in desk was going to close in 15 minutes and we were the last people to check in. The bikes took more ...