Friday, July 29, 2011

Straight of Georgia

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We spent our remaining time in the Straight of Georgia, with a view of snow-capped mountains when the fog lifted - and Vancouver in the distance.

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Seagulls apparently commute on single-log rafts:
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We came back to port via Active Pass, and through the Gulf Islands, which was so gorgeous it was a serious impedement to packing up our gear, as scientists repeatedly wandered off, in search of cameras.

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Apart from the (apparent) seacucumber, we also had a sea spider stowaway:
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