Kayak tour

Looking through an arbutus to a still ocean (stillahavet, in fact)
Looking through an arbutus to a still ocean (stillahavet, in fact)

Here are the scenery photos from the Desolation Sound trip. Lots of variety in weather and conditions, landscape and flora: dry little islands with lichen, rainforest, deep coves and (felt like) open ocean.

A starfish with a view at low tide. There were other more involved star fish parties with dozens on them, as well as some starfish-on-starfish action  :o
A starfish with a view at low tide. There were other more involved star fish parties with dozens on them, as well as some starfish-on-starfish action 😮
Dry as one could wish for.  The Copeland and Curme Islands have wooden platforms for tents so you don't sleep in a puddle.  It is awesome! We were almost never dry getting into the tent, but our bags and stuff stayed pretty dry inside.  We kept all food well away from the tent, so hopefully it will be ready for a bear-infested adventure next time.
Dry as one could wish for. The Copeland and Curme Islands have wooden platforms for tents so you don’t sleep in a puddle. It is awesome! We were almost never dry getting into the tent, but our bags and stuff stayed pretty dry inside. We kept all food well away from the tent, so hopefully it will be ready for a bear-infested adventure next time.
Erica looking back from a sparkling sunset.  This is very close to mermaid cove.
Erica looking back from a sparkling sunset. This is very close to mermaid cove.

Erica has some awesome photos too, and I think hers are more likely to have me in them. I’ll post some if I get a hold of them.

The long pebble beach in Sechelt. It was nice to see this area again after visiting there so often during the UBC Back Study.
The long pebble beach in Sechelt. It was nice to see this area again after visiting there so often during the UBC Back Study.

One thought on “Kayak tour”

  1. Sounds like a true Pacific Northwest adventure. When Jeff and I took friends from Germany there we could not find any drinking water it was so hot and dry …

    Next time you go, let me know where. Might know some nice campsites…

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