Seabeam Fishing Resort
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... smashing into the reef. That trail has now been extended and is a popular 5-7 day walking route called the West Coast Trail.
We pulled into the General Store at Bamfield for salt and brown sugar for our salmon, then headed back to dock where Blair skilfully cleaned and filleted the fish. Two of them had whole herrings in their belly. As you do, when your cleaning fish on a dock, the bits and bobs go in the water (or snatched by gulls) for the rest of ...
... At dinner we celebrated his birthday so all three couples had celebrated. Ging and Terry (the Englishman) had birthdays and the American couple their wedding anniversary. So that gave us a conversation piece to talk about at dinner.
After dinner we went to a terrific show called "The English Invasion" which included many oldies from the 50s onwards, a lot of Queen and ending with "We Are The Champions" which everybody sang out loudly even if ...
... known for that two week period. It's easy to get to know people quickly in such an isolated environment.
The crew change also enabled a fresh supply of fruits and vegetables. The replacement crew had arrived in Bamfield by float plane with a very limited amount of cargo – when the choice came between whether they could bring a crate of brussel sprouts or a spare cable, the brussel sprouts won ...
... entitled Classic Hikes of the World. We have already done several (Kilimanjaro, Kalalau) and were intrigued by his description of the West Coast Trail on Vancouver Island. The trail is 75 miles long and can take up to a week to traverse. It weaves its way along the coast through lush rainforest, down long empty beaches, and across surge channels that you must time your passage with the tide. Starting as a Native American pathway along ...
... far as im aware, noone has died so i think it was a successful jaunt. We then spent some time at the local event of the month - the mushroom extravaganza, which although was suitably mushroomy, lacked in extravagance. So there was a table sporting some fine paper-mache mushrooms made by the kids at the school and some mushrooms that folk had collected. There was also a lady selling jam, and another lady (who had the finest knitted ...