North Shore Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... talent show in mid afternoon. The first performer (and of course the best in my mind! was Paige who serenaded Gary and I with Shania Twain's "You are still the One".
Most of us then gathered on our deck in the sun to drink a final toast as northern Vancouver Island slipped by. Jean and I took many photos of what we thought was Kelsey Bay where we grew up. Maybe...maybe ...
One of the things that makes this place so special is that you can only access it via a seaplane or boat. It takes six hours of motoring time from Port Hardy by boat so there aren't many recreational boats that come this far. You really are one of only 16 people (visitors and staff) when you stay at the Great Bear Lodge.
This was an absolutely awesome experience and I'll hold very special memories of the Great Bear Lodge for the rest of my days.
... of 90. My Gramma was the ultimate grandmother. As Sarah said, she would have been proud of us even if we had been serial killers. She would have kept the newspaper clippings and bragged to her friends that we were the BEST serial killers out there. My Gramma had photos of her grandkids in EVERY room in her home (except the bathroom - yes, even the kitchen). I had planned to see her after my trip to Copenhagen. After looking at flights, costs, dogsitters, and everything else, ...
... 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 ...
... there are dozens of sandbars all around the estuary, and you can get waves of 10 to 15 feet crashing over these creating quite a hazard for even the largest of boats.
We took the easy way out over the huge suspension bridge which seemed to go on for miles, but then we were in Washington. Our intention was to take a few days exploring this rugged state, but the weather now seemed to get very inclement, and for the first time since Bolivia we were really cold. ...