Last Summer my buddy and I paddled from Port Hardy around the north end of Vancouver Island to Coal Harbour with a few days spent on the Brooks Peninsula. The trip report is posted here: http://3meterswell.blogspot.com
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Posted by: paddletothesea on Nov-18-13 5:18 PM (EST)
send it to places2paddle on pnet.....otherwise it will be lost in the message boards in a week, whereas the trip report section will be there the next 40 years_+
Posted by: ppine on Nov-19-13 1:42 PM (EST)
One of the better trip reports I have seen. Nice job. Thanks.
Posted by: booztalkin on Nov-24-13 11:42 PM (EST)
Given the magnitude of the trip, I appreciated your integration of the mapping into the TR. It's always hard when I read trip reports to be able to stitch togehter in my brain the locations being discussed. A map makes it so much easier, really is worth a thousand words.
...the ensemble of characters....|
Posted by: chodups on Nov-25-13 8:05 PM (EST)
Grant Bay was a trip and something so unexpected and unpleasant. After reading my report a friend from Nanaimo, who has way more miles on the BC Coast than I'll ever have, told me that Grant Bay is considered by some to be Winter Harbour's beach. That would make a little more sense out of what Dave and I saw. If the cast of characters already knew each other and had history their actions wouldn't seem so random. It turns out, according to my source, that substance abuse is pretty common in the small communities that have been impacted by downturns in legacy industries like logging.
Posted by: booztalkin on Dec-05-13 10:21 PM (EST)
Good memory, I did make a trip out there a year ago. Here's the TR: http://chipwalsh.org/Kyoquot/WAKE-Trip-0712.html
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Posted by: chodups on Dec-06-13 10:11 AM (EST)
Next year's trip will probably take me through that area.