Great Bear Lodge
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... The purpose for this trip is really
for Bekki to complete her dissertation project so my reason for being here is
not only to take photos but to care for Emilio while Bekki works.
Tues and Wed was mostly caring for
Emilio. The owner of the B & B brought us a stroller and toys for Emilio
and the stroller was so great for walking the path along the water. We did a
morning walk and an afternoon walk. I’d ...
... idly offshore called mournfully to one another. Back at the house, we packed another lunch and headed out on the boat again where 5 minutes away from the dock, we found ourselves again encircled by orcas - pods A30 and I15 Marianne discovered later - and humpbacks. It was hard to know where to look, although we kept well back from where they were foraging. We stopped at a little hummock surrounded by kelp beds called Eagle Island where the eagles like to perch and feed. ...
11:00 am. A big day for us! As I write this we are sitting at a table by a large window watching beautiful scenery go by. The kids are playing with some of the many surprises I packed for these long days of travel. We are so glad that we decided to get a berth for this trip. It will give us a place to rest and nap, and even has children's television. And a shower! I could have worn my pyjamas and ...
... off to Forks (yes its real name), and we began to notice that virtually all the folk we had met from California up were real woodsmen. They either fished or shot things in between panning for gold, and we were becoming very envious of this way of life, particularly if you can fish and have a portable smoker in your R/V then you can smoke a 30lb salmon, or even 500lbs of moose if you like a good chew. All this significantly reduces the cost of living for the average ...
... nor read what to do with a wolf encounter so we both packed knives and bear spray and quickly found a few pieces of driftwood as we started our walk.
Roller Bay was nice but the beach was difficult to walk along. The beach rocks slid like shale and so we didn't go far. The swell towards Nahwitti Bar looked intimidating.
Hopefully – Cape Scott ...