And they weren't kidding.
It reminded us of Isla San Francisco in Mexico, but with trees.
Not only one amazing beach, lots of hidden beaches along the best trail ever.
Boardwalks galore at this place, I tell you! I don't know how far we hiked - maybe 3 miles and kept walking across boardwalks. Kudos to the people that lug those boards all the way out there!
While I found ways to entertain myself...
Jason found ways to entertain himself as well.
The Hakai Research Institute here seems to not only offer an amazing resource to the people on the central coast of BC, but also maintain the trails and take care of the cruising boats - this place is great.
Who doesn't like a place with yurts!!! Built on an old tennis court!
And the crab??? Best crabbing yet - 11 keepers in the pot at once. I started throwing back the "small" ones until I realized I could make some friends in the anchorage by giving some away. Needless to say, there was a crab boil that night on a giant converted fishing boat (with a stateroom in the old fish hold - love it!).
51° 39.244'N 128° 07.505'W