End of Day - Thrasher Cove by the Moonight
Finally a clear night on the West Coast Trail. Well, for a little while. We had a relatively clear sky but then it clouded over soon after the sun set. The moon was almost full! We camped at high tide on Thrasher Cove's Beach - probalby not much more than three metres from the water. That is loud!
A small campfire from the far side of the beach is sending its smokey driftwood scent in the air. It was a nice evening to wrap up the West Coast Trail Trek. Socks and boots drying (sort of ) by the fire. No rain - and being thankful for so little rain throughout the trip. (That being said, I.m pretty sure I heard a little bit of rain overnight and woke up to some wet.) We also woke up to some odd footprints on the fresh beach the next morning. Mink. Who knew!
BackpackingBritish ColumbiaPacific Rim National Park ReserveVancouver IslandWCTWest CoastWest Coast Trailcanadanational park