Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Roberts Memorial Provincial Park

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While we were staying in Naniamo I took the opportunity to visit some of the nearby Provincial Parks. One of these was the Roberts Memorial Provincial Park, which features a walk through the forest to the shore.

I was most intrigued by the erosion patterns in the sandstone, reminded me of bones

A view from the shore

I saw a familiar sight on the forest floor on the path when I spotted a patch of Indian Pipes (Monotropa uniflora). These are common in New England and I was happy to see them in the Pacific Northwest.

The  forest

While I was there I saw some picnickers and a family catching crabs

A path among the ferns

A magical place