- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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... tomatoes and Saanich Peninsula corn. Our appetites were especially sharp after hours on the water.
We had a cozy last evening at Ravenwood, the warmth of the wood stove and the glasses of wine lulling us all into satisfying state of pre-bedtime drowsiness, including his Zeusness re-living his adventure into the wild in his little dog bed. Thanks Jeff and Marianne for creating a beautiful home in such a unique part of our world and inviting us to share it.
... Neikite estuary - beautiful serene scenery, and waterfalls, and we did a 6km walk along a logging trail and followed a 'Bear Highway' into the rainforest to check out a bear 'rub tree', 'wallow' and a 'bear day bed'. We even learnt how to do the 'Bear Stomp' which lets other bears know that I'm here. An interesting thing the guides do when out walking is to call out 'hey bear' so that they don't surprise the bears - not to scare them away. You need a Canadian accent ...
... got two certificates for 15% off in the gift shop . . . we used just one of them!! We are so proud of ourselves!!
We rested and waited for both our next port to show up and watch the sun go down.
[Some of this repeats . . . ] We got queued up to get off the ship when we got into Port Hardy . . . the routine for getting to the hotel . . . is a little uncertain . . . I was told they had a ‘shuttle’ and there would be taxis . . . . Well, the area where ...
... overnight at the unfortunately named Aberdeen, which proved equally as dour and uninteresting as its Scottish namesake. The one thing that was keeping us going was surprising. I thought the U.S. would only stock bland and weedy beers like Coors, and Bud, and similar stuff that you drink with a slice of lemon…but not so, the good old U.S. of A has hundreds if not thousands of micro breweries most of whose produce is very passable indeed.
From Aberdeen ...
... untied from the public dock and went up to the First Nations wharf. When we tied up we were quickly greeted by two band members. After paying the moorage fee we asked them about Roller Bay. They said to watch out for the wolves if we are walking in the evenings and to carry a stick or a knife (*as they chuckled*) if we were walking anywhere on the island. Neither of us ...