A Few More Pictures From My Sister’s Visit

Gosh it really was quite a few months ago that my sister visited me! I’ve been terribly slack about posting to my blog since then, whoops! I took a lot of photos while she was over, and just want to share a few of them.

Florencia Bay, Vancouver Island, another one of these beautiful long and wild beaches found on the west coast.

Florencia Bay, Vancouver Island, another one of these beautiful long and wild beaches found on the west coast.

Grice Bay boat launch, not far from Tofino. Very few boats here, but this single boat on thecalm water made a great picture.

Grice Bay boat launch, not far from Tofino. Very few boats here, but this single boat on the calm water made a great picture.

The roots on this tree were pretty amazing. Seen here beside the track at Schooner Cove, Vancouver Island.

The roots on this tree were pretty amazing. Seen here beside the track at Schooner Cove, Vancouver Island.

This walking track is known as the Shoreline Bog Walk. As the name suggests, it is a boggy marsh area - great for nature and birds - but not so great for walking on, hence the raised wooden platform, to protect the fragile nature.

This walking track is known as the Shoreline Bog Walk. As the name suggests, it is a boggy marsh area – great for nature and birds – but not so great for walking on, hence the raised wooden platform, to protect the fragile nature.

Tonquin Beach, Tofino. We didn't always have bright sunny weather, but the different moods conveyed by the weather just gave us a different view of some of the beautiful surroundings.

Tonquin Beach, Tofino. We didn’t always have bright sunny weather, but the different moods conveyed by the weather just gave us a different view of some of the beautiful surroundings.

North of Vancouver city, is the town of Squamish. It has a river that has a bit of a beach beside it. We stopped here after a trip to Whistler one day and watched the sun set.

North of Vancouver city, is the town of Squamish. It has a river that has a bit of a beach beside it. We stopped here after a trip to Whistler one day and watched the sun set.

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