The west side of Comox Lake is the farthest north on Vancouver Island where arbutus and manzenita grow. With mossy rock out crops the is a unique landscape in the area because of its biodiversity. Hanging thick in the fog this November has been a wet one, but in a place like this, gives us reason to appreciate the moisture. Vibrant moss and lichen seem to glow in the low light on these overcast afternoons. And my faithful companion is always up for an adventure.