Cedar Park Resort Cottages & RV Camping
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... I heard that! And it sounds close." I didn't know what she'd heard but as we pulled further out of the kelp I heard it too. It was the blow of two humpbacks that were cruising along just in front of the camp site and about 30 yards from our kayaks. No one said a word as the slowly crept by. Once they were in the distance we began to talk again and headed west in the protected areas of the straight.
We passed a small island and into a bay that wasn't ...
... small rocky cliff with a peaceful protected bay located behind it. We unloaded our gear onto a small skiff and shuttled back and forth unloading people and supplies. The camp is always occupied from June until September so we said "hello" to the group that was leaving. They seemed tired and didn't say much. We had trouble interpreting their behavior. Hopefully they were just tired from all the excitement.
We settled into the camp and were instantly drawn to ...
... production, very well done....we have had a very British day! We sat with the couple we met at dinner the other night that is from Granbury, Ralph & Cathy. They had already eaten dinner so they said they would save us a seat at this comedian/musician performance we wanted to go to in the Vista Lounge. We headed off to dinner and since it was so late, we were able to have a table all to ourselves. ...
Today was very uneventful; a 144km of nothing. And when I mean nothing I mean nothing. A road and trees on both sides all the way, no houses, lots of hills, low cloud ceiling and lots of small pockets of rain. As I was getting closer to Telegraph Cove (my final destination), several cars informed me about a black female bear with 2 cubs on the road. As I got closer to the location, I spotted the bear. I stood still, and ...
... bilge, and the water maker locker.
After much exploration we determined that our Spectra has a cracked manifold so we called YSNW and they are able to source one from California through the distributor in Seattle. it will be in Seattle on Monday, we will be ?? who knows where. So Steve from Port McNeill Fuel Dock and Marina will help me to patch together transportation to Bella Bella by the end of the week. ...