God's Pocket Resort
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... years ago.
As I exited the plane the co-pilot asked how I liked the flight and I told him that I loved it! Love the little planes. When he asked why I told him that many years ago I was flying with a current pilot’s license. He told me to get back flying. Maybe I will someday!!
Bekki and Emilio picked me up at the airport. We made a couple of stops then went to the Bed and Breakfast place where Bekki ...
... runs every other day. While waiting the extra day I slept some and then checked out a rapids which is caused by the local 12-16 foot tides. the river runs in two directions depending upon the tide. The walk was through a rain forest frequented by wolves and bears of which I saw neither. There was lots of activity with joggers and hikers to keep the wildlife away.
The ferry from Prince Rupert to ...
... law ruled however as we walked back from the shopping expedition and stopped for a Big Mac as the lady also gave us our camera back as they had missed it when we phoned.
Victoria, and the camp were 3 of the nicest days we have had for a long time, and was equally matched by a small village called Qualicum Beach. This place wins the Canada in Bloom competition every year, and is set up so a golf course runs right through the centre of town…now that's ...
Happy Canada Day!
We left Hardy Bay this morning at 9:30 after some well-needed rest. Marine Forecast had called for light winds in the morning, becoming southeast 10-15kts with rain in the afternoon. However, it stayed light through to the afternoon and we motored the whole way up Goletas Channel and reached Bull Harbour five hours and 24 miles later.
We came across a few sizeable rollers as we approached Nahwitti Bar (underwater sand bar ...
... rest of the journey mainly
chatting away with her. The well known ferry ride is called “Inside passage”
because the ferry winds its way all around many different uninhabited islands
all the way to Prince Rupert, it’s supposed to be beautiful. But we were not so
lucky with the weather… rain as well as fog disillusioned our journey a bit.
But anyway, we enjoyed the ride.