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... fresh salmon from the Port Renfrew wharf. Yummy! Wow where has the time gone as Ro and I face our last hike of the trip on Tuesday. The boys have decided not to join us as we undertake the last 10km of the Juan de Fuca trail from Parkinson's creek to Botanical Beach. the complete trail being 47km long. The trail wound through temperate rain forest, some unlogged, across streams ...
... waterfalls, potholes and other hiking trails. We went to the waterfall first, which was spectacular and definitely recommended.
Then after walking another 2-5km we reached the potholes. Wow!! They were full due to the solid rain we had been having that week. We stopped here and sat on a rock and had a picnic for lunch before walking back to the bus stop on the opposite side of the road and catching the same buses back to Victoria.
... is to encourage all people to consider where we began, where we are today, and give thought to the world we want our children to inherit. The added bonus is their chase boats are anchored out as well. The natives travel in good company. Their chase boats are the Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain, our two tall ships from Grey's Harbor, Washington. It's very cool for a boater to be anchored right next to these gorgeous historical vessels.
... it is to make big, juicy burgers!! :D Driveing on it started to get late so we decided to stop in the small town "Fork" were we quickly found a motel. Fortunately for us they also had a laundry room. :) Marcus and Pelle wanted to head back out to take some pics if the beach close by so I took the opportunity to stay and do some laundry in the meantime. It was also nice to get some time alone for a while. What adventures and surprises tomorrow holds only future can tell. ...
... name because it is shaped by hurricane force winds and snow. You would need a 180 degree panorama to see the ridge that curves in front of you standing on the ledge. The view is spectacular—the most striking scene of mountains even when compared to the Canadian Rockies! There are also meadows of wildflowers, such as lupine, where larger trees cannot take root.Here it takes an evergreen tree 100 years to grow three feet.
Hurricane Ridge is also where ...