C&N Backpackers Port Hardy
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... of large logs, kelp, and smaller bits of floating wood. There was no sign, however, of anything that would have represented a damaged vessel.
The search continued and about ninety minutes into the process, the public address system again crackled and, among other facts conveyed by the Captain, it was noted that the water temperature was about sixty degrees. Passengers moaned as they considered how long a human being could survive in such cold ...
... Labor Day long weekend. The ferry had four decks of cars and a top deck for the passengers. Much larger scale than we've experienced before.
George is already impressed with the hire car - a Chevy Impala. He even had to check under the hood because he was convinced it must be a V8 but it was only V6 with more power than he's come across in a V6 before.
The scenery was stunning through temperate ...
... languages . . . lots of Europeans in this group . . . Scandinavians and French or Swiss . . . young and not as young (like us!).
They stop at every campground and hostel on the way into town (the terminal is about 4 kilometers from the actual downtown) . . . and the North Shore Inn is the last stop on the run!!! AAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!! How could we be so lucky!!
But, we get our bags and trundle up to the desk/lobby area . . . the room we have been assigned ...
... not for us as we cannot yet bring ourselves to actually killing anything, let alone smoke it.
After touring the Washington coast, and deciding that it was not that spectacular, except for the huge trees that are uprooted at flood time and then dumped on the beaches, we reached Port Angeles to get the ferry to Vancouver Island. This was a sleepy and pleasant little town but remarkable only that there is no U.S.A border post for exiting passengers. So we have ...
Lots of rain today – lots! Spent most of the day inside the boat drinking some of the rain water (`Sky Juice`) and looking at charts for the areas we will be navigating through in the coming days.
The Kiwi couple we met in Port Hardy arrived in the downpour today. Apparently we missed the Canada Day Parade and fireworks yesterday in Port Hardy. They went on to say that the ...