Wharfside Bed and Breakfast Aboard the Slowseason
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... my goodness I feel small next to a whale skeleton. The museum has interactive exhibits so we were able to touch whale teeth and baleen. Here's an interesting fact for you- the sperm whale is the largest of the "teeth" whales and they only have teeth on their bottom jaw. We also learned how to distinguish male orcas from female orcas and more about the J, K and L pods. I loved the display board that showed the current pod ...
... be a bit farther down the road.
We are a day or two behind schedule because the outboard motor that we use to push our inflatable dinghy was sick. It is now fixed and we're set to head out from the islands tomorrow bright and early.
The plan is to head from here across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Port Angeles. We'll fuel up there and then head for Neah Bay. Yeah we are on a sailboat but we do have a motor on it and use ...
Thursday - a very early start - someone's 'phone rang at 5am - the dogs were up, we all were up!
Leave on time - 8.30 arrive in (sunny) Victoria 8.30am!!
It is so green and beautiful lots of flowers!! Pam directs me to Pink Floyd's for breakfast!
We firm up our plans for the trip to Savary Island - leave about 9.30am Friday - really looking forward to the trip - love riding the BC ferries!!
... a highway overpass, we were entertained for nearly two hours with circus tricks and acrobatics! AMAZING! ben liked the contortionist a little too much I think. Next stop was Vancouver Island where we hired a car and did a road trip up to Tofino and Uclulet. We saw giant redwoods and nice beaches. We decided to go whale watching and we werent disappointed- 4 orcas, multiple humpbacks, a grey whale, sea lions, ...
... white-out-like conditions. The snow fell fast and hard, and the unplowed roads reduced travel to a 50km/h 4x4 crawl through the dark. After about an hour of this, my white knuckles, tense back muscles, and strained eyes could take no more. We pulled into Salmon Arm, found a deal on a room at the Best Western, and quickly drifted off to sleep.
We awoke early the next day, hit the road, and managed a ...