God's Pocket Resort
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... in such a remote place! Wow! We can sure pick um!We head to port Hardy for lunch. Once again there was no place on the water so we ate on the waterfront in the RV. We head to the port ferry to stage. We are hours early. Ed fired up the generator, after a bit of not starting, we made coffee and snacks. Then we watched and waited for a few hours. Then the kicker comes. You have to back onto the deck of the ferry! Everyone had to back on!! Back up an RV or boat ...
... in front of balcony! Hoping to catch a glimpse of one catching a salmon. Fingers crossed. This is just awesome! Herons now souring above. Internet weak so photos to follow ferry boarding at 5.30 so early night tonight, trouble is this show is hard to leave until the final curtain of darkness falls. ...
... smart to bring binoculars. But we could see the spouting. The boys were great. We even all managed to have a good nap this afternoon. Nancy We got to the ferry when it was still dark. We had so much fun. We did so much stuff like watch some tv, go to the play area and look for whales. We saw them breathing and I saw one's back. I did a sticker book and it was Marcos' sticker book and it was really ...
... for you. As if it couldn’t get any better we journeyed to the Pacific side of Vancouver Island to a place called Ucluelet which was literally awash with eagles, deer, and sea lions, and we even had a close encounter with a wolf which the bloke said was domesticated, but that didn’t make us want to give it a pat in any way shape or form.
Now it’s on to Port Hardy for our "cruise" up the Inner Passage. All we are hoping for is a cessation to the ...
Oh Canada, thats how the national anthem starts here. However sometimes it should be more like OH MY GOD CANADA!!! particularly when you are stupid enough to think that jumping into a glacial fed stream is the perfect way to cool off on a hot summers day. Firstly, its bloody cold, I should have known when Karen wasn't going anywhere near the water. Secondly its not that warm outside (a hot summers day is anything around 25 degrees celcius here). But jump in I ...