Great Bear Rainforest: Not Just Bears, Think Bigger…

During our boat trip through the coastal channels of the Great Bear Rainforest, migrating humpback whales were everywhere in the Ale Channel off Gil Island, which leads to the open ocean. And they could be quite energetic. This one breached 25 times in less than 15 minutes. That requires a formidable amount of energy! Our … Continue reading Great Bear Rainforest: Not Just Bears, Think Bigger…

The Great Bear Rainforest

Humpback whales rubbing up against our boat hull. Coastal wolves loping along a foggy beach. A grizzly bear crossing the river in a morning haze of insects. Enormous fin whales slipping silently through glacier-fed waters. Thousand meter cliffs intersected by multiple cascading waterfalls. All those experiences are possible when exploring the narrow inlets of the … Continue reading The Great Bear Rainforest

Beautiful British Columbia: it is Real and it is Spectacular

“Beautiful British Columbia”: that’s what the provincial license plates say, and over the past year of living there I agree. No longer in California, our trailer trips are now taken from our new home in Vancouver. Which means a few changes in trailer storage management, including the need to winterize! Even at sea level there … Continue reading Beautiful British Columbia: it is Real and it is Spectacular