Since yesterday was such an exhausting day, with all that walking about, we decided to do our sightseeing mostly by car today. That is, after we walked down to Fisherman’s Wharf first. Had to stretch our legs, don’t ya know. It was an absolutely beautiful day, blue skies and just a slight chill on the breeze, just enough to keep a person humble, I’d say, (not to mention fully clothed).
If you cannot quite make out the sign above the opening in the fencing, it says, “Paddler’s pick up window.” What will they think of next?
Three harbor seals came right up to the dock, looking for handouts. This one even twirled around in the water for a tasty fish.
After leaving Fisherman’s Wharf, we walked back to our hotel and jumped in the car to drive the scenic beach route.
There was tons of interesting driftwood, large and small—and a few driftwood shelters, too.
And then we finally found Gyro Park and the infamous sea creatures.
My silly hubby was goofing around and got stuck in the octopus. Too funny watching him try to get out, as the bottom was rounded and covered in sand.
What’s that off in the distance? Why, it’s Caddy!
Caddy is purported to be the Canadian cousin of the Loch Ness Monster, formally known as cadborosaurus.
Our day ended with a soak in the hot tub, a beautiful sunset, and a bowl of corn flakes, because neither of us had enough energy to cook, nor did we want to get dressed and venture out again. All in all, it was another fabulous day.
breakfast dinner of champions tired travellers.