Thanks, Eric. When I posted that message and had a look I thought it was quite ghastly and almost deleted the post. Ah, the life of a highly-compressed image. We had a good time that day and if I managed anything else worth looking at I'll put it up.
P.S. If you want to see 'real' rainforest here on the south part of the island you can head to Carmanah-Walbran park, but it's a long drive down active logging roads, and this time of year you'd probably want to have a 4x4. The Cathedral Grove walkways have been 'citified' for the tourists, but when we were there it was still early enough in the year that there weren't many people about. Unfortunately most/all of the big Douglas fir trees there are suffering from a fungal infection and a heavy wind can bring a shower of branches.
If you head north up the island you could try a river rafting trip on the Nimpkish river. Most of the big trees there have been clearcut, but much of the watershed is protected and there are two provincial parks in the area.