Interlude on the Wild Coast
Sometimes it just takes a different media to really make one appreciate what is around your own neighbourhood. I was thrilled to see Lance Blackwell's latest video . It makes me appreciate the neighbourhood in a brand new way.
- It begins with a bird's eye view of Ucluelet while flying over the harbour. It is easy to see why Ucluelet was named for the Nuu-Chal-Nulth word for "safe harbour".
- From the ocean side it looks down on Terrace Beach, one cove over from Bostrom's B&B and a great place to start the Wild Pacific Trail
- The birds eye view continues to Wickininish Beack, the eastern most section of the large section of beach that is part of the Pacific Rim National Park. The Wickininish turn off is a 10 minute drive from the house and a great place to hike, surf, or just lay on the beach.
- The last arial shot looks over the harbour to our beautiful Little Beach Bay and out to the open ocean
- As the clouds move over the sky Lance shoots from Little Beach Bay to one of the Islands that guests will recognize as a view from their rooms and the decks.
- The sun comes through the forest on the Light House Loop of the Wild Pacific trail (just a 10 minute walk away).
- The storm shots start on the Wild Pacific Trail and then move on to Big Beach Bay which is 1/2 km down the road. Storm watching can be thrilling from either location
I hope you enjoyed Lance's video and that it brought back memories of your visit here. If you have yet to experience the Wild Coast, we looking forward to you coming up the driveway.
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