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Fern Forest near Witchcraft Lake, Nanaimo, BC, Canada

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Fern forest near Witchcraft Lake, Nanaimo, BC, Canada.  This is on the trail from Witchcraft lake to the falls on the Benson trail up from Westwood Lake.

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A: Witchcraft Lake

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B: Ammonite Falls

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C: Ammonite Falls

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D: Resort Trails

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E: Overbury Resort Georgia Strait Scenic View

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F: French Creek Harbour

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G: Overbury Resort Ocean View

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H: Thetis Island Ferry Docks

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I: Thetis Island Dock, Vancouver Island

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J: Secret Garden, Halfmoon Bay

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