Yes, I feel priviliged to have such easy access to this kind of wilderness.
Well, maybe that if it was made by a god, he has an artistic sense.
There certainly are some fascinating sandstone formations in the gulf islands, but to me, the gulf islands lack the "wilderness" feel that Queen Charlotte Strait has. Although populated shorelines are a good safety factor, for sure.
I'll see you over there then...
THERE SHOULD BE A LAW AGAINST LEAVING A MESS !
Notice how that rocky promontory juts out? Immediately behind it is a "surf shadow" in which landing a kayak should be no problem, unless there's significant wave heights in excess of a couple meters at the West Sea Otter MAREP buoy as broadcast on the Coast Guard weather channel every few minutes. A similar surf shadow is cast at the north end of the beach by small islets.
Yeah, try this:
or just, http://picasaweb.google.com/cyberhun2000 and select the album you want --- always happy to get feedback!
You must be either a logger, a yachtie or a hard-core ocean kayaker (like myself) to have gotten out there.
Most of the other Panoramio photos of Seymour/Belize are mine (cyberhun). It's good to see more people experience this remote corner of the BC coast.
No, I actually live on the lower mainland. I just use Port Hardy as a jumping-off point for my travels up-coast.
dsww57 --- when were you there? The first time I was in that area was the late 70's.
Have you ever been to Warner Bay?