kcromie Amphitrite Lighthouse, Ucluelet, BC. 100 yards from where we tied the knot. It's good to be back. 3d

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kcromie Pacific Rim National Park, just south of Tofino, BC 4d

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kcromie Waterfall of shingles. Ocean Village Resort, Tofino. 5d

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kcromie Surfin' Safari, Tofino. 6d

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kcromie Seaside dinner, Ocean Village Resort, Tofino. 1w

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kcromie Tofino Brewing Co. No trip to Tofino is complete without a growler in tow. 2w

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kcromie My happy place! Had such a great stay at Ocean Village Resort, Tofino. 2w

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kcromie Decisions, decisions. 2w

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kcromie And there she is. The PBY-5A Canso Patrol Bomber that went down in 1945 just south of Tofino. This hike felt like a quest; creepy building, deep mud and bog, being mindful of wolves in the area, and finally, the crash site itself. The whole thing is steeped in mystery and history, and it was an exciting way to spend a morning with @ssuuzzii . 2w

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kcromie The perfectly circular "pond" that you come across just before the crash site is where they detonated a bomb from the plane instead of hiking it out. It filled with water over the years and is now its own little ecosystem. Canso Bomber Trail, Tofino. 2w

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kcromie Fresh Wolf tracks! Canso Bomber Trail, Tofino. Great. This explains the wolf alert at the Radar Hill parking lot. 2w

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kcromie Sphagnum moss, Canso Bomber Trail, Tofino. There's an entire world in there. 2w

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kcromie Canso Bomber Trail #3...after the creepy building comes deep mud and bog for about an hour. Watch your step! 3w

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kcromie Exit to Trail. About 10 minutes into the Canso Bomber trail, you come across a creepy old building that you must go through to continue on the trail. Fun! 3w

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kcromie Canso bomber Trail marker, Tofino. Shhhh. 3w

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kcromie Wild winds. On the ferry to Nanaimo. 3w

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kcromie Meet Dougie. A day old, Dougie was touched by a kid and afterwards, his mother began attacking him and ostracizing him from the rest of the ducklings. A concerned citizen placed him in a cardboard box next to the pond where we found him weak and hungry. Drove him out to the Wildlife Rescue centre at Burnaby Lake where he's getting looked after with the rest of their ducklings. Way to go, Dougie! 4w

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