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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!
... and pack. Tomorrow we are meeting Daphne in Qualicum Beach to spend the dat exploring the area by boat. Then we're heading back to her place for a dinner together with our two families. She told us to stay another night. She and her boys will sleep in the boat in her driveway! "All our stuff is in the boat anyways," she said. Now that's a nice girl. Then we fly out the next day. Seems like good timing. Over the past three days, the boys have started to ask about our ...
The rest of our time in Campbell River was spent relaxing and enjoying the surrounds - the town has a slow, country vibe to it, where everyone is keen to stop and have a chat.
We hope everyone is keeping well where you are in the world :) We are off tonight to partake in some Halloween celebrations, including Vancouver's Michael Jackson tribute 'Thrill the World' - more about that later.
... 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 ...
So after a few days in Vanc hanging out with Em not too sure what we got up to, mainly pre Christmas shopping (presents and food) with a purchase of slippers for my dad and a quick shop round Costco we were done! Lots of dog walking, dog bathing and eating, (as always) then it was time for me to take the ferry over to Nanimo to go visit my family for crimbo! Dad picked me up, he'd spent the day up Mt Washington and came to pick me ...