Rocky Ledges B&B
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... We were then allocated our guides, teams and vehicles for the day. Paul had clearly lobbied for the ‘girls’ to be kept together so that was nice. We were with Mark for the day in the Purcell Mountains which are the next range beside the Selkirk’s. We went via Duncan’s Dam, and into the Mountains. Using old logging roads for access was in the main fine - but there certainly were some stressful moments as ...
... were all +45) from near Berkshire. We were all very pleased with that arrangement as Paul is a hugely experienced guide so we knew if there were Bears to be found, he would ensure we got the opportunity to meet them.
It was a long drive into the Selkirk Mountains - apparently the season has moved forward so instead of the Bears grazing on the open grassly lands (easy to spot) they have moved ...
... have confidence that they will change the tide of peoples views in relation to bears. As we were finishing dinner Julius told us all to come to the window quietly - there, just in front of us was a small cougar - just staring in at us. Quite incredible, apparently this visit was a first for them, so a rare sighting indeed. Expectations for the rest of the week are now officially high!
... salmon but unfortunately the salmon run was much later this year than normal and therefore not all the bears had come down from the mountains yet. The salmon here are very different to Campbell River, much much smaller and bright red. We also saw lots of bald eagles, so much so that the Welsh couple joked Julius should rename it Bald Eagle Ranch since we didn't see many bears. On the final day we did our last early morning drive and then got ...
Picked up our hire car this morning in Vancouver (it's a Toyota Corolla and looks like a proper grown up's car). Pete is sad that its not as comfortable as the Jeep, Nina is happy as she can see over the steering wheel. Drove 8.5 hours today and 500 miles to Kaslo, a small town in BC. It is amazing you can drive that far but still ...