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“The traveler sees what he sees. The tourist sees what he has come to see.” ― G.K. Chesterton
“The clearest way into the universe is through a forest wilderness.” ~ John Muir
“Water is the most perfect traveler, because when it travels it becomes the path itself!’- Mehmet Murat Ildan
“Fairies are invisible and inaudible like angels. But their magic sparkles in nature.” ~Lynn Holland
After we left Rathtrevor Beach during our 2019 Vacation, we camped for two nights at Englishman River Falls Provincial Park, on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. We have camped here before you can see the post here. We also visited the … Continue reading
After we left French Beach, we camped for two nights at Rathtrevor Provincial Park, near Parksville on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. We have camped before, you can see the posts here and here.
After we left Spring Salmon Place we dry-camped for two nights at French Beach Provincial Park, on Vancouver Islands’ West Coast. We have camped there before. You can see the posts here and here. Our site number was 23. We found the … Continue reading
While we camped at Spring Salmon Place, we went to Victoria, British Columbia, Canada for the day. The weather was 23 degrees Celsius with humidity. We have visited Victoria before, you can see the posts here and here.
After we got off the ferry, we drove to Sooke, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, where we dry camped for four days at Spring Salmon Place (KWL-UCHUN) Campground at Sooke Potholes Provincial Park. We had a nice spot next to … Continue reading
Ghost Town NOUN “A deserted town with few or no remaining inhabitants:it’s like a ghost town at weekends“- Oxford dictionaries. Alberta, Canada. Wayne, Alberta, Canada. 2015. Click above for more. “The tiny town of Wayne in Alberta’s Badlands is not exactly a … Continue reading