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Johnstone Strait Sea Kayaking

September 2nd, 2012  · stk

NewsBrief: [Kidless Kayaking] Scott & Rachel took advantage of the fact that Alex is off with her maternal grandparents, visiting Watch Lake & riding horses with her cousins. They went on a 5-day sea kayaking trip, leaving from Telegraph Cove and paddling down Johnstone Strait and out to the Indian Group.

johnstone strait sea kayaking adventure - black bear

Paddling the Wild Life

Rachel & Scott just returned from a 5-day sea kayaking trip in the Broughton Archipelago area of Johnstone Strait. Wildlife was amazing! lots of orca, humpback whales, porpoises, black bear, bald eagles, sea lions, harbor seals and ... even a grey wolf (fleeting view) ... plus they were serenaded by the wolf as they packed up camp!

"Best sea kayaking trip so far!" exclaimed Rachel.

Paddling Area

Full journal and pictures coming soon. In the meantime, you can listen to the grey wolf (2-3 min recording made in camp). Haunting! (This grey wolf showed himself on the rocky, fog-shrouded bluff, near our campsite on the northern side of Crease Island. He darted for the woods and then serenaded us for the better part of 40 minutes, while we packed up camp. We cobbled together this 2-3 minute audio recording for your listening pleasure.)

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1.flag Janel Raelyn Comment
10/04/12
Yaaay! It sounds scary!