Dreamcatcher Bed and Breakfast
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... the oddest thing, an oval track, but the vehicle going around quickly was an 18 wheeler semi trailer rig? I suppose they have to test them somewhere... Or it's another niche Sunday past time?
Having refuelled, I started north west, through the San Juan Islands, still part of the US.
Which took me straight ...
... square feet of plank timber (1 inch thick) would be on it and this was written down. I guessed 2,500 and had the 5th closest so I received a lovely card of the town. (The answer was 2,148.) When they log on the island they allow it to naturally regenerate, so there are large sections at different stages of being denuded and new growth. We also walked along the water's edge to their 'Welcome to Thorne Bay’ sign which is under one of the huge ...
... south. Living aboard their 45’ sailboat was a shared joy that they had extended over the 27 years that it took them to construct the first-class craft. They were special people, endowed with more patience than most.
Arrived north, Still on P.O.W. island, east shore, to a very obscure and challenging entrance to this tiny cove.
... the totem poles that were in the longhouse. There were many other totems in the surrounding woods, both original to that location and transplanted from other deserted sites.
They were good enough to share some local knowledge regarding good paddling locations and here we are, on the hook, anticipating tomorrow’s adventures on the water.
I’ll try to include co-ords of more obscure locales
Saturday, May 10 . . . Karta Bay
... groups of native Americans). At the end of the walk was the only remaining Haida Clan House, of "Chief Son –I – Hat" dating back to the 1800s. Timber construction, not one nail or peg to hold together, three huge totem poles in front of a large open design building that originally housed around 30 people, including slaves….purported to be treated well, more like family members. (although a slave would be sacrificed and buried under each of ...