From our balcony we could see a very narrow strip of peninsula and people walking on it so we set for an evening walk in the direction.
This 1km strip of peninsula divides the Sooke Harbour and the Juan de Fuca Strait, the mirror-like peaceful bay and the rough Pacific Ocean, and protecting the bay from strong waves. The peninsula is so long that it almost touches the other coast. Boats were passing by through the narrow channel and coming back to the harbour, while locals were enjoying leisurely stroll with their friends or dogs. The sky was getting darker and the long evening was about to end.