Morning Glory By The Sea
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... we head to the port Hardy ferry to Prince Rupert on the mainland. Internet is doubtful. We will be overnighting on the ferry. It is a 22 hour ride. We will not be allowed in the RV so I have to pack bags for the overnight. I just know I will forget something! I know I keep repeating this but each day brings us closed to the event.
We drove 186 miles today. Tomorrow we have about 236 kilometers (165 miles) to our destination tomorrow.
... green and then back to the golf simulator that we'd had the briefest of plays with last night. This is set up like a driving range booth but with sensors that measure the ball's speed, height and direction once you've hit it and converts this to a digital image of the ball flying off down the 'range'. It also has simulations of a huge array of the world's most recognisable golf courses, allowing you to essentially 'play' these courses!! I selected Pebble ...
... as I had CJ with me all the time..
Over the years I have found that she is the best defence against all things nasty..
When diving... she was the one to get bitten by a shark..
When swimming in the Karijini gorges... she was the one who came out with four leaches on her legs..
Walking through a meddow... she finds the stinging nettles..
So it stands ...
... it was a bit like that with the smooth dark green waters – perfect calm, and mountains green either side of Discovery Passage and the mystique clouds sometimes lower than the peaks of the mountains. I spent the two hour travelling time outside on the front deck, with only the sea wind on my face. It was easy to find peace and a mesmerising feel for not thinking about anything but the natural surroundings.
We slow down to see the ...
... sticks. We struggle to work out who's stick is who's as they whizz out from under the bridge but usually manage to guess. Dylan thinks his is first every time. Nice try little man.
The trail is supposed to be a 4km loop, but we start to doubt that distance as its taking us a long time and seems much further. A lovely view of the Canyon with a bald eagle beautifully placed on the rocks revives us for the last push back to ...