VIDEO: Elk parade on Vancouver Island is awesome sight

They’re out in force for a morning stroll. Check out some of Youbou’s famous elk.

The family that plays together stays together.

A herd of Youbou’s famous elk demonstrate this maxim as they parade down the main street of the small west Cowichan Valley community.

Resident Wendy Stokes was on hand to catch them on video and share it, and it’s quickly caught the attention of viewers everywhere.

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