At Water's Edge Bed & Breakfast

Address: 2202 Beach Drive, Port McNeill, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0N 2R0, Canada | B&B
 
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      Whales! Whales!

      A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 03, 2014

      16 photos

      ... around camp, fixing clogged sinks, tending to the fire that fueled the hot tub and making us eggs with potatoes for breakfast. They never seemed tired or grumpy. They were awake when we went to bed and up when we rose. Really a flawless group.

      After another relaxing morning yoga session lead by Fia we were ready to hit the water. We were a bit more seasoned now and had our kayak skirts and PFDs on, dry bags stowed, and were in the water with ...

      Eagle Eye

      A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 02, 2014

      14 photos

      ... kayak skirts and gear dried in the sun. We had elected to talk a moderate hike this afternoon instead of paddling. We were worried we would miss orcas, but this ended up being a good choice as we later learned they were not in our area. We hiked through the forest for a little over an hour and ended up at the Eagle Eye observation point where Albert (silent 't'), a young blond haired French Canadian from Quebec, explained to us the difference between the ...

      Orcas!

      A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 01, 2014

      11 photos

      ... were located and gave us a quick lesson on fitting our water skirts, PFDs and entering and exiting our boats. We fumbled with the gear and slowly and clumsily entered the water for a short paddle. Fia motored around the bay while we tried to keep up as she taught us in her Swedish accent about the forests of bull kelp and rock weed that covered the area. Lee, who I thought looked like Carson Palmer, followed giving tips on proper paddling.

      As the ...

      Another good day whale watching

      A travel blog entry by mercers on Jul 02, 2013

      12 photos

      ... They have a couple of these breaths before arching there back and then the tail fin comes up and then they dive for about 4 minutes. We did see a couple of them slapping there huge flipper in the water and making a huge splash. Unfortunately no pictures of this just the outcome of the big splash. We also saw a river otter sitting on the dock before we had departed. I think it was eating ...

      Three Bucks and a Doe 'Ho'

      A travel blog entry by marybc on Aug 13, 2010

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... came along until the afternoon.
      What did hit us was a low fog bank. As the ship entered the fog there was an uncanny circle rainbow with a person’s shadow smack in the middle. I don’t know how to describe this any differently. We all took turns at the center of this phenomenon so, in spite of her insisting it’s true, Colleen isn’t always the center of attention! As we looked down towards the water the circle of colour surrounded us and the arch of ...