Between May 1st and May 5th I had the distinct pleasure to sail with friends between Comox and Bella Bella. I was also honored to help steer our vessel across Queen Charlotte Strait – one of the most notorious crossings in the Pacific Northwest.
Category: Adventures and Expeditions, Conservation, Equipment and Gear, Friends Tags: Bella Bella, Boat, British Columbia, Cape Caution, Comox, Fury Cove, Great Bear Rainforest, Navigation, Octopus Islands, Pacific Northwest, Pacific Ocean, Port Hardy, Provincial Park, Queen Charlotte Strait, Sailing, Shearwater, Vancouver Island, Vessel, Yachting
I will start with a bit of a preemptive spiel. Normally I am very excited to share the specific locations that I paddle to, visit and explore in hopes that others can do the same or may be inspired to do so. I will neglect to do so this time. To some, it may be obvious as to where I was and it may not be difficult for others to ascertain, I’m… Read More
Category: Adventures and Expeditions, Conservation, Equipment and Gear Tags: BC, BC Marine Trails, BCMTN, BCMTNA, British Columbia, Clayoquot Sound, Conservation, Conservationist, Pacific Northwest, Pacific Rim, Pacific Rim National Park, Paddle, Paddle Canada, paddlebc, Photography, Provincial Park, Provincial Wolf Kill, Sadie Parr, Sea, Sea Kayaking, Sea Otter, Tofino, Tofino Sea Kayaking Company, Tofino Water Taxi, Trish Boyum, Vancouver Island, Vargas Island, Wildlife, Wildlife Photography, Wildlife Viewing, Wolf, Wolf Awareness Inc.
A flat tire on the way to Raft Cove Provincial Park.
Category: Adventures and Expeditions, Equipment and Gear, Uncategorized Tags: Birthday, British Columbia, Flat, Flat tire, Heavy Duty, Holberg, Logging, Logging Road, Mechanic, Mechanical, North Vancouver Island, Provincial Park, Raft Cove, Remote, Stranded, Tire, Vancouver Island, Western Forest Products
How often is it that we visit a place, be it a Provincial Park or some other public location and don’t take the time to read the signs that discuss it’s past, whom it may be dedicated to and so forth? I did just that today before starting my hike to the waterfalls found at Rosewall Creek Provincial Park. The park was established in 1956 in memory of Lt. Ian Macdonald (1920-1944) of the… Read More
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