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... was just walking beside the road. I took a picture of it and then it went off the side of the road into the woods. It was so cute. I wonder if its mother was nearby.
Anyways, after driving for quite awhile, I noticed it was getting dark so decided to head back before nightfall. I didn't want to drive on the crooked road in the dark.
We ended up driving back to Port Renfrew and stopping at the local beach ...
... are on the beach). So day ended happily.
Day 2 - 30 Mile Creek to Walbran Campsite
Another long day ended on the coast. Lots of mud and ladders, including one gorge the required 9 ladders down to a big suspension bridge and another 9 ladders up. But it meant the worst was over and campsite was very nice. Krista and Nate are great company. Pete's first (and last) dip in the Pacific ocean.
Day 3 - Walbran Creek to Cribs Creek (14km)
First day ...
Today was a bad day on the trail, Linda did something to her knee at kilometer 33, she hiked another 9 kilometers and near the end could barely put any weight on it, she was such trooper not complaining at all on the contrary she tried to work it out, but there was no improvement. Now the thing you need to realize with the trail is that at many times you are on a 20 inch path, that is just one foot from drops that you ...
... where we asked around to find out how best to plan our visit. Alas, there were no stickers to be had for the Honda’s bumper, but we did get some good information from the park rangers.
From the park headquarters, we drove up to Hurricane Ridge, about a half hour away. This lookout yielded some beautiful views, one of which gazed out over the water we’d traversed that morning, with Vancouver Island clearly visible in ...
... for six years. We were almost there. 60 miles or so and the three of us, me, Bonnie, and Navi will have arrived.
Up ahead was a pickup truck, laden with firewood. The truck was ambling along delivering his routine chore. The driver was a man. I controlled Bonnie enthusiasm and slowed behind the Woodman. The road presented an opportunity to pass, and did we pass. I gave bonnie her fuel and air. We went from idle ...