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... we scored a great place (minus the biting black flies!) where we were able to park both our trailers on the same site and with room for the screen tent too. Once we were all set up Jim didn't waste any time starting his charcoal for the feast he and Kerry were making. Chili with biscuits! Jim has these cool 'Lodge' pots where you can put charcoal bricks beneath the pot and it all cooks ...
... whale searching. The seagulls had just finished a feast of crabs because there were hundreds of body parts littered in the sand. I came across a live one with a couple of legs missing so I threw him back into the water-he got to live another day! Debbie came across a big jellyfish on the sand and it looked alive. As we waked along we saw a couple more jellyfish swimming. On our return walk we came across the beached jellyfish ...
... to the only campground, with our fingers crossed that there would be room for us. What a nice find for a private campground. We opted for non-serviced sites so that we had more privacy. When Jim went to get water from the tap next to his site he noticed the lamp post had an electrical outlet! So he went and plugged in his bright yellow extension cord! We had another wonderful meal with Kerry grilling steaks over the fire-he really is good at ...
... of luggage by Givi that is cheap and waterproof. I also went through all my camping gear and gathered everything that is useful, light, and small. My side bags are both 25L each and the duffel bag is 30L. I also have the matching tail bag that is 20L. So I am running 100L of storage. I remember my backpacking days and the fact that 80L was as big as I would go. I think this should be fine. The problem is the Versys. It really is awkward to carry ...
... night’s entertainment we have ever had on board ship.
We also had the Captain’s farewell show and party where he admitted that we had actually lost an anchor back in Greenland. The anchor had gone down OK, but the rough weather had loosened one of the links and when they came to pull the anchor up, it just was not there on the end of the chain. The anchor has since been replaced at ...
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