Strathcona Park Lodge & Outdoor Education Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... we head to the port Hardy ferry to Prince Rupert on the mainland. Internet is doubtful. We will be overnighting on the ferry. It is a 22 hour ride. We will not be allowed in the RV so I have to pack bags for the overnight. I just know I will forget something! I know I keep repeating this but each day brings us closed to the event.
We drove 186 miles today. Tomorrow we have about 236 kilometers (165 miles) to our destination tomorrow.
... was the same..
I kept having to remind myself we were in Canada and not just a K from home with the Kia outside in the carpark..
Once more using the 'Maps with me' app -no WiFi needed.. We found some nearby trails through rain forest...
Also promised Beaver dams but we did not find them..
CJ was on the lookout for bears as usual...
I have not worried ...
Not much to report, just a relaxing day at sea sailing through the inside passage, at times it seemed as if you could reach out and touch the land on either side of the ship.
Worked on packing it all back into my carryon and tote. The commerative ...
Hello folks, my first entry.We are in training for the Camino-Santiago Pilgrim's Walk from France to Spain 550 miles on foot at the end of April until June 10 (42 days allowed)!! Dan is away in Vancouver presently but I had two good walks with my dog Sam today. we still have snow in town. slippery walking, but hey, gotta get into shape. april is a comin. also swam with my wife this am. cheers ...
... is a walk we have chosen - Canyon View Trail which is just outside Campbell River where we are staying. It's a great riverside trail through the forest. It's a prime bear spotting place as they come to fish for salmon but we are too early for the bears. We stop to throw stones into the river and try to hit the biggest rock with our stones.
At several points we come across bridges so we introduce Dylan to the delights ...