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On the coast of Cowichan bay is this long dock with three sections where there are old artifacts related to wooden boats, free for all to see
A couple hours drive up the west coast of Vancouver Island is Port Renfrew, a small town with one store and a couple of motels. Most people visit for either Salmon fishing or hiking the west coast trail but there is also a provincial park called Juan de Fuca Provincial Park.
This is the "botanical beach" in the park. Along the beach there are a number of tide pools with ocean life. Low tide is the best time to go and view the little critters.
Juan de Fuca provincial park is known for its tide pools but when I visited Port Renfrew, low tide was around 3:00am, not a great time to be exploring the ocean side. So, I went down to check out any tide pools that may be left at first light. There were as many as I am sure there are at low tide but there were a couple and this was one of my favourites.