We left Duncan and rode west to Port Renfrew, BC and then retraced our route. John L lead, I was in the middle and John B was the sweeper. In case I had trouble, John L knows this road.
In the video that follows you will see a typical example of the road, single lane bridges (13 of them I think), traffic passing the other way, a view of a logged out hillside, and near the very end, some 20 kmph curves ascending a hillside. Not quite switchbacks, but near as damn-it. Watch for the oncoming car, a large lean angle, and just after the single cyclist, note the bump where my front wheel hit a tri-angular rock. You can hear it and see a slight waver, then the other two continuing obstructions, that is bicyclists... Here is the video:
Ok, continuing on, we have this sort of road, on the way to a small town, Lake Cowichan. If you want to see what the downtown area of this town looks like, just click on the video.
Photos at Port Renfrew
Here are a few of the shots I took on the way and at Port Renfrew:
That's it for today. Not likely to be doing a lot of riding tomorrow. Buying oil, not sure if we are doing the actual changing of oil tomorrow, but soon.