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We shared waters with humpback whales, otters and porpoises and marveled at the antics of bald eagles soaring overhead. On one morning trip, we counted 67 eagles. We would paddle a few hours in the morning, then break for lunch, and paddle a few hours more -- to destinations that included good hiking spots, beaches for which our guides shared stories filled with local lore, including Sasquatch families, and to a historic lighthouse.
The best part was that each afternoon, we returned to the God's Pocket Resort for hot showers, a gourmet dinner and a comfy bed. It's a great combination -- wilderness by day, hot tub by evening and a cozy room at night. There was even yoga. Truly the best of both worlds.
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