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Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park, Vancouver Island

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After our great day in Vancouver we took the ferry at Horseshoe Bay to continue on Vancouver Island. The sailing took about 1 hour 49 minutes abd although there was strong wind it was sunny and the water was surprisingly calm.


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After we left the ferry we had a yellow wrench icon on the dashboard again, but after restarting the car it disappeared and the car worked fine afterwards. We stopped at a narrow street leading to a beachside parking spot but it was so full and tight that we were not able to turn around with the trailer. We started to back up on the narrow street and we passed a church campsite, which was closed for visitors but the host just arrived by car and opened us the gates to turn around with the car. We told him we are looking for an overnight stop and he recommended Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park nearby. It was ten minutes from there and we got a nice spot under the huge trees.



Posted by divatmotoros 08:40 Archived in Canada

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