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... older than the pyramids and migratory whales helped pass the time. We spent the afternoon at Victoria Harbour with lots of others with a dragon boat festival in full swing. While OK I certainly prefer to be away from crowds and in more rural locations. Our Korean landlady at our overnight B and B presented us with spicy salad, sushi and fresh blackberries, a very friendly lady. Sunday morning we ...
... winds and twists up and down all over the place. You really have to keep your eye on the road here. Along the road, there are tons of trees were cut down - clear cutting. I know people want to make money but clear cutting does ruin the beauty of an area. It is sad to see the stumps of these huge trees and know that a wonderful tree once grew in its place.
During our drive to the lake, we passed a baby black ...
... me that the area gets lots of rain - even considered a Rain Forest due to this fact. The area is full of green things - grass, trees and moss. Everything is a bright green colour which is beautiful.
We did not do much today. We mainly rested in our cabin and watched tv. We were tired from our flight from Ontario and also wanted to get used to the new time (Vancouver Island is three hours behind ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...