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... grew up in Melbourne). Glen our Chef was in the kitchen with freshly baked cookies and our guides Emma and Blakely went straight to get the beers and the wine. Nice start!
After an early dinner, which was absolutely delicious, it was straight off to the 'Blind' - the bear hide. This entails a ride in an artistically painted old school bus and the wearing of 'puffy suits' (something special to keep you warm). The latest in bear watching fashion!!
This evening was one ...
... today is the first day of the Labor Day long weekend. The ferry had four decks of cars and a top deck for the passengers. Much larger scale than we've experienced before. George is already impressed with the hire car - a Chevy Impala. He even had to check under the hood because he was convinced it must be an V8 but it was only V6 with more power than he's come across in ...
We woke at our Ida Lake campsite with no visits from any bears, cougars or sasqutches (big foot). Yes apparently there are sasquatch’s living in the mountains around here, although no scientific prove obviously, people swear they have seen one!! The car is not at all comfy but it was free and Danny’s surprise involved at 6:45 start so we needed to be close but without blowing the budget on the only motel in town!
This part of the country is ...
... centre of this ship which has been fantastic for the reducing the effect of rocking. Tristan settled into the cabin by creating a chocolate drawer for his Caramello Koalas and Tim Tams - which he mostly looks at and I mostly eat. Some of our dinner companions have deluxe suites with their own personal butler and tell us stories or receiving towels folded into animal shapes; we can only imagine what this is like but it sounds a little over-the-top!
... I don’t know how these fishing charters get away with taking so much fish out of the water. The daily limit for Yelloweye is one per person and I’m pretty sure I counted 16 for maybe six guys. Maybe they have a different set of rules?
After settling into the boat, we walked into town and split a pizza. A number of commercial units and apartment buildings had ‘foreclosure’ signs on them. The cab driver was saying on the way in that the town ...
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