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... out when he’d be tired and we
looked for eagles, birds, otters and seals. We’d come in after he would fall
Unfortunately I had claims work that
needed to be done so that took up the times when Emilio was sleeping. But there are worse places to complete work.
I’d posted photos on facebook for
Dale and other family members to see and keep track of what we were doing. Once
... back under the floats and instead ran up the steep ramp to the dock. With Zeus gaining on him and a long sprint ahead along the dock to shore, the mink decided his only option was a swan dive from the dock to the water 20 feet below. Impressive! Zeus was pretty pleased with himself and has decided the life of a north island dog suits him just fine.
Eating locally was another treat - north island chanterelle mushrooms, side-stripe shrimp, freshly dug potatoes, ...
... here! It was an early morning, and there wasn't much sleep last night....Marcos woke up and took a while to settle. But all is good, and although it poured rain during the night, it cleared up as we boarded the ferry. There was an announcement about a whale sighting, but we didn't spot it. Many hours to go. So hopefully we'll still see some. We have seen lots of salmon jumping. The scenery is ...
... off to Forks (yes its real name), and we began to notice that virtually all the folk we had met from California up were real woodsmen. They either fished or shot things in between panning for gold, and we were becoming very envious of this way of life, particularly if you can fish and have a portable smoker in your R/V then you can smoke a 30lb salmon, or even 500lbs of moose if you like a good chew. All this significantly reduces the cost of living for the average ...
... nor read what to do with a wolf encounter so we both packed knives and bear spray and quickly found a few pieces of driftwood as we started our walk.
Roller Bay was nice but the beach was difficult to walk along. The beach rocks slid like shale and so we didn't go far. The swell towards Nahwitti Bar looked intimidating.
Hopefully – Cape Scott ...