River Gate Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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The weather forecast for our next few days in Churchill has been very worrisome - rain almost EVERY single day! I feel very disheartened .... no way to take photos of the bears in the rain. I am very very worried, and totally helpless ... If it turns out to be really raining every day, we will have wasted these thousands of $s ....
After setting in at the hotel room, it was only around 4. We decided to walk out and explore. It turned out ...
... get a couple of shots and then come back into the house.
The evening passes with us sitting around the kitchen table. The conversation is rarely, if ever, completely serious but I really enjoy listening to the conversations between the two brothers. The dog also likes to listen to their conversations – well actually she is just muscling in to get attention so she is sitting on a sweater that Mother is giving me to take home for Lesleigh. I ...
... we will come for coffee. I can hear in her voice that she is pleased and I am too because it gives us something to do.
We make our way back to the perimeter highway and head toward my brother’s place. “There is a lot of traffic on this road,” I say. Jim agrees. “Beach traffic, maybe?” he says. I look at the time and it is almost 4:00. “Maybe, but with this being Saturday you would think the beach ...
... despite occasional rain up top. We had several close encounters with Turtles, a good look at a Moray Eel, a new (to us) species of file fish, and a first sighting of a snowflake Moray Eel. A spectacular finish to our underwater activities.
We had lunch with Mark and Deb at Aloha Mixed Plate and made our farewells as Deb and ...
... had travelled. We then flew further south into the national park area where we saw DOZENS of bears on a peninsula, including a mother and cub. We flew at about 300 feet and were careful not to spook the bears. A few of them started to run when we approached and we quickly backed off; most bears, however completely ignored us.
We saw areas that were now completely denuded of plant life, the results of too many snow geese eating ALL the vegetation. They are now a huge ...