Took a hike on the lighthouse loop of the Wild Pacific Trail today. It starts at the lighthouse in Ucluelet, British Columbia and then along the rugged coast and forests of Douglas Firs. It's only two and a half kilometers but the problem is there are spectacular views about every fifty meters (I'm not exaggerating for once). It ended up taking four hours to complete and I think my camera worked harder than me, poor thing. I don't know for sure, but I'd guess this must be in some top ten list of most scenic hikes in North America. If not, then I'm creating my own and this starts at the number one spot.