One of the highlights of our stay on Vancouver Island was revisiting Tofino, the gateway town to Pacific Rim National Park. How things had changed. The small fishing village is now surfing, whale watching, fishing etc. Central. We had a nice clam soup dinner there but otherwise located ourself out of town at a nice lodge with an added attraction.
The lodge was on the main highway, not too far from the Park and its west ward facing beaches. Looking out the back window of our room, facing east, we saw an almost tropical sight.
Then a boadwalk path was discovered and so we followed it.
Ducks and geese and seagulls abounded with hills across the bay and mountains in the distrance. Away from the maddening crowd. Now that's my idea of a vacation spot!