Monthly Archives: October 2012

Voice of the bears

23 September I woke early from a light sleep where I was dreaming of being eaten bone by bone after my tent was shredded by sharp claws. A hint of daylight was in the sky and I went over cautiously … Continue reading

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Were there any sardines in the tin-can motor home?

22 September On our arrival at our next destination, the North end of Chilko Lake, the road was just as rough as the other campsite on the Eastern shore. Chris had to drive so slowly that some of us got … Continue reading

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Duff!

21 September Another relaxed start at Chilko. I slept well last night and woke warm as toast. Because of the high elevation of the lake and the lack of cloud cover the temperature drops rapidly at night. I have taken … Continue reading

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Future eaters

20 September Today we planned to go a little way to see the scenery – some say that the views are even more spectacular when you get away from the campsite. However, our plans changed when we are notified that … Continue reading

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Chendi, spoons and soap

19 September I got up early this morning, not the first but early. There’s not much of a dawn chorus up here and there seems to be little wildlife active at the moment. The squirrels are the most vocal with … Continue reading

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