After we were done our hike yesterday, we decided to head back to our boondocking spot by the closed up fish processing plant. It was nice and quiet there, and only about 5 kms (3 miles) back from the National Park visitor centre. It was foggy when we got back there! There was a foghorn going off every few minutes so we thought that might affect our sleep, but it had cleared up by the time we went to bed.
Foggy late afternoon stroll
The reason we don't camp in the park is the cost. They want another $25.50 for a dry camping spot in the campground. If you want hookups, it's $29.40 for and electric site, or $35.50 for full hookups. Add $3.00 if you want a site with a fire pit. Note that this is on top of your daily $7.80 per adult park entry fee. So in effect, you are paying $15.60 plus your campsite for each night!
So, we drive the short distance outside the park and boondock.
Anyhow, gotta go do an 8.4 km (5.2 mile) hike...talk to ya'll later!