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... rain slicker over the protection suit. You look and feel like the Michelin Man. Maybe this is not going to be that much fun.
We took off and when the guide cranked it up on the zodiac it was extremely windy but actually pretty toasty inside the space suits.
The swells were 3-4 feet so we were bouncing along with many launches and crash landings at high speed. For someone who has nursed a tender back for a number of years, the thought occurs that this might not be the ...
... we spent a couple of days fixing it up and helping out with seed planting etc. Theee were all sorts of characters there and people were really nice. Unfortunately 2 thefts happened that week which really upset a lot of people but the promise of a beach party kept spirits high. It turns out the ecovillage project happening there had just fallen through so plenty were planning to leave after the party and we opted for the same. We spent a week having fun ...
... history and how long the trails took. The forest is over 300 years old with one surviving Douglas Birch 800 years old 76m high and 9m round the base. Richard took a photo of me standing in front. We are being tourists on the way through to Ecluelet which is a drive of over 180kms from Nanaimo.
Everyone has told us Port Alberni (about halfway) is the last petrol stop before Ecluelet and ...
... wild Pacific salmon, oysters or prawns. Had we known the price though, we'd have brought our own seafood from Bill's Lobster on Gerrard Street, just a five minute walk from where we live in Toronto. As the story goes, the few fish markets that exist in Tofino are for tourists only. Locals buy their seafood right from the fishermen. So a word of caution: when entering a fish market ...
... we headed north. After a brief pit-stop for fuel in Port Alberni, we continued west and quickly witnessed the sun and blue sky give way to thick, black storm clouds, a torrential downpour of rain and eventually, wet, heavy snow. As such, the drive from Port Alberni to Tofino was slow and uneventful.
Upon reaching the west coast ...