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Thank you for sharing your beautiful part of the world with us! And for making it even more lovely with the fantastic huge pots of...
- Virginia and Cathy
We will always remember our lovely visit here at Birds of a Feather. The hosts Dieter and Ashley were wonderful - just the right...
- Susan, Olivia and Samantha Schumacher
Beautiful location. We enjoy visiting with he other guests and seeing the scenery.
- Mike & Linda
Very nice. Thank you.  
- Jim & Andrea
You have a wonderful B&B here! Love the nautical theme. We have had a restful and comfortable, though short, time here. Your...
- David & Deanna
Our stay here was wonderful! It was a lovely surprise and break from our busy Miami lives. The view was terrific; unfortunately (or...
- Maya, Henny and Keir
Absolutely peaceful. Thoroughly enjoyed my visit! Breakfast was lovely and enjoyed visiting with other guests and hosts. I was...
- C.B.
What a delightful place & great hospitality. We had a wonderful stay and thank you sincerely.
- Toni and Wally
The last stop of our great road trip couldn't be better at all. Great house, nice people and wonderful breakfasts brought the end of...
- Sobliesser Family
Thanks Dieter and Annette. We enjoyed our stay. The room was beautiful, the food was great and the view was fantastic.
- Mike and Inge

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Juan de Fuca Marine Trail

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The Juan de Fuca Marine Trail is a 47 kilometer hiking trail stretching along the western shoreline of southern Vancouver Island, Canada, from China Beach, just west of the community of Jordan River and extending to Botanical Beach near Port Renfrew. The trail offers scenic beauty, spectacular hiking, wildlife viewing, and roaring surf in its course along the Pacific coastline of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Most of the trail is designed for strenuous day or multi-day hiking in this rugged and isolated area. Some easy to moderate day hiking opportunities to the beach or along the trail are available starting from the trail heads at China Beach, Sombrio Beach, Parkinson Creek, and Botanical Beach.

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