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Next time we'll try to have the camera more readily available. We were driving along, just left Port Renfrew and heading towards Sooke when there, just on the side of the road, was a black bear, just sitting there on the concrete barrier! Martin managed to slow down a little but it was right on a narrow bend in the road so he couldn't stop and by the time I'd reached around to get my phone out, he'd loped off into the forest. That was ...
... as no effort was made to make the place look nice but that certainly didn't stop michael from finding interesting subjects to capture, including a fellow cleaning his catch for the day and feeding the seagulls the remnants that missed the chum bucket. We retired to our tents early because we knew tomorrow would be an early ...
... home. It was meant to be raining today but it actually turned out to be a pleasant day - there was a slightly cold wind but it was still a nice day for walking.
So the forecast rain did arrive last night and brought the wind with it. It was really blowy for most of the night and then this morning so we put the awning back down before we left today. Poor Tobes was getting blown all over the shop! We stopped at reception on our way out & booked a ...
... into either. After a short ferry ride started what was the hardest day of the hike. And it was hard. Uneven track strewn with roots and broken boardwalks meant 1km and hour was the pace. Highlight (for us not her) was me getting to put Wilderness First Aid into practice and splinting the arm of a woman who had either broken or badly sprained her wrist. At 7pm, totally stuffed after a long hard day, we found the perfect little spot to camp on a creek by the trail (all ...
... down the Pacific Coast, we arrived for a few quiet days at Quileute Oceanside Resort in La Push, which is on the land of the The Quileute Tribe.
Our cabin #18 was fantastic, right on the ocean, just below a big bluff, overlooking James Island, where the Indian tribe buries their chiefs after paddling them over there in canoes.