West Coast Wilderness Lodge
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There was a miscalculation somewhere along the line...
Thought it was a 1 1/2 hour drive back to Comox to catch the first ferry of the day..
We were starting a bit of island hopping.
So it was up early. breskfast..
CJ said goodbye to the three friends she had made..
With Tom not being believed that it would only …
And just below us a seal colony in the water
As well as CJ having a visit from the local bandit family..
Peering up to see if there was anything they could steal..
Other than her ...
... there are lots of oyster shells on the beach as well. Today is Saturday and we are approaching more populated areas and we see dozens of sailboats, pleasure boats and the coast guard doing laps back and forth. Early in the afternoon, we arrive in the town of Lund...the last town before the "wilderness"...going the other way, of course :)
As we enter the harbor, we get overwhelmed by the madness of the seaplane taking off, fishing boats ...
... kind of fun. We got more exercise today than we have all summer.
Tuesday, Aug 18
Today we are towing the dinghy so we can use it easily when we get to Gorge Harbor. The weather is sunny and breezy…perfect. We anchored in the bay and took the dinghy ashore for lunch. Then we walked to Whaletown Bay, about a mile and watched the BC Ferry unload. When we got back we loaded the dinghy back onto the upper deck and drank the last two ...
... outside to photograph.
The transit through the Inside Passage was a combination of light rain, fog and sun. Moving at 20 knots you moved out of the weather rapidly. Didn’t afford many opportunities for sightseeing or ...