Rodmay Heritage Hotel
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... be afloat. These ships form a massive floating
breakwater on the Malaspina Strait in the city of Powell River
in British Columbia, Canada. (http://www.concreteships.org/ships/pow ellriver/)
Wish you were here to hike with me!
... maybe James should just travel out here and build it here! Lots of guys around here to get advice from.... A thought. 6:30 Waiting for the next ferry. The boys have fallen asleep in the back set which could spell trouble for tonight, but it's been a busy day! We enjoyed a healthy dinner of fries and calamari at the waterfront (ok, not healthy) on Rebecca Spit. So many sailboats moored out....a bit of a mecca for sailors. When we get home tonight, we've got to clean ...
... of Indian Vegetarian food. But after few times of pushing them, we used to get some of best tasting Indian food. The desserts are out of the world.
On the last day, there is Holland America’s Signature festival called” Dutch Chocolate festival”. This is not to be missed. The variety of chocolate based items is just unbelievable. We were not at ...
... and see bear tracks on the beach (a sow and her cubs(s). We set up camp out of the way and hope they don't get curious tonight.
Day 52: No big furry visitors last night...phew! Perfect sea all day going down Johnstone Strait -- exceptional conditions (we will realize this during the next few days). We launch near 10am at low tide and find two big crabs under the seaweed and our kayak. Again, those guys are lucky it's early ...
I can't get enough of the trees here. They are majestic to say the least. The Pacific Rim National Park has 2 awesome walks through the rainforest. It is so humbling walking through an ancient ecosystem. It takes a seedling 1500 years to grow to a full tree, fall and decompose. They then become nurse trees which are whole habitats in themselves. The tallest trees were grown trees when the Vikings came to Canada. ...