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Departure Bay, Nanaimo BC

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Tofino BC (Pfeiffer Cres.)
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Nanaimo > Tofino = 200kls/4hr drive
Port Alberni BC
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Nanaimo > Alberni = 85kls/1.5hr drive
Comox BC
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Nanaimo > Comox = 114kls/1.5hr dr

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Then put the scale like this:
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