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Travel Blogs from Port McNeill
Had no wifi again today. Today we went on a bear tour. We went on a boat for about 2 hours over into Knights Inlet where we were going to be looking. As soon as we got into the cove we saw 5 grizzly bears, a mum with her 2 cubs and 2 older cubs. Throughout the day we saw 2 other grizzly bears, 3 porpoises and 8 black-tailed deer ( 2 fawns and 6 ...
... 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. ...
... of the island where they sit and preen had pillowy grassy areas liberally covered in eagle feathers. We also visited Telegraph Cove, a former fishing and cannery village on Johnston Strait and Robson Bight, now beautifully restored and a jumping off point for kayaking and whale watching.
Reluctantly we finally headed back. As we got off the boat onto the float, a mink appeared and Zeus, known for his urban ratting skills, took off in hot pursuit. The mink erred in not ...
... her nose in the air, she had smelled something! She looked very intimidating! When they disappeared we headed back and were lucky enough to come across a pod of white-sided dolphins! There must have been 50, and they all followed us for ages, playing in the wake of the boat and swimming along side the boat! They were all jumping out of the water and one literally jumped vertical out of the water, they looked like they were having a great time! It was a magical site, they ...
... with comfy leather like recliner chairs and lots of windows. We, however, found the damp metal deck chairs on Deck 6 to be more to our liking. Actually, with no fog and blue sky we were not going to be sitting around much.
Shortly after we left Rupert we came upon three Orca right beside the ferry. They showed off a bit and their spray could be seen for a long time after we passed. I will never tire of watching their sleek black and white bodies rising up out of the ...
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