We do not agree. The Pacific coast highway 1 running along California's coast for instance is much more beautiful and accessible. The drive in Canada allows very few pull offs and when they are allowed it is often only for the south bound side.
Most of the drive you cannot even see the water, ocean, river, cliffs or other geographic elements. Instead you speed by staring at overgrown pine trees for hundreds of miles.
Lighthouse park on Marine Drive which runs around the outside of Vancouver taking you through the neighborhoods takes you through many places to see the marinas, boats, beaches, neighborhood parks, trees, cliffs, and eateries. It is a dangerous road with many hair pin turns, and speed limits in the 15 mph range. No large rv's allowed here once again pointing to the supremacy of the Vanabode style of travel. Some campgrounds are along this road which do not open until 10 am. One had fantastic showers which we took advantage of.
Bought some fresh straight from the farm hazel nuts in Agassiz Canada
and once again I was reminded of one of the true great pleasures of Vanaboding.
These hazelnuts were so fresh and so full of flavor they were unlike any
nut I have ever tasted. I just breathed across the nuts and could "taste
them". I would rest one nut in my mouth on my tongue for five to
ten minutes and without even breaking the nut I could taste the most amazing
and delicious hazel nut flavor. For those eating mainly store bought foods
that are irradiated, fumigated, sprayed with insecticides, picked too
early so they can be shipped before they rot and worse, I beg you to get
out and Vanabode and eat good for the rest of your life.