Ucluelet on Vancouver Island is transitioning from a fishing village to a tourist destination.
First we went on a walk along the 8 km Wild Pacific Trail. Then we toured the town.
Old shingled boathouse. An old man with a suitcase waiting for a bus in Ucluelet.A fish gate. Typical shingled house left over from the fifties, with driftwood sculptures and old weathered boats parked in the trees.There are a dozen wharves at Ucluelet – this is the main one.An old but still working fishing boat.The rusty front of a boat tied up at a Ucluelet dock.Waterline.The scary ‘Jaws’ boat reflected in the water.Fake fisherman on a wharf. All that walking deserves a treat of a brownie and coffee at Barkley Coffee.Map of Vancouver Island showing Hwy 4 to Tofino, Ucluelet and the Pacific Rim National Park. More on Travelling in BC.