Thursday, September 01, 2005
Ripple Rock Explosion
The museum also had several other good exhibits. There was one regarding native masks. When you walked into the room a recorded message would begin and lights would shine on the appropriate mask.
Campbell River has a very nice down town / harbor area that we walked around.
Back to the campground and a hot tub before dinner. Now there was one problem with the campground and that was the number of rules. Ed and I would have liked to have had a complete list of rules so that we could check off all the ones we broke (most of them before we knew the rule existed). Dogs were not allowed on the nice grass area between the trailers and the water, only 4 people in the hot tub at a time (didn’t break that one!), no beverages at the hot tub and many, many more!
Carved Sea Monster at the Brown's Bay Marina.
They have "tame deer" at Brown's Bay. These guys enjoy munching on the flower bushes.
Which one is the real dog?
A view in Campbell River.
A memorial from the Dutch people to Canada commenorating the 60th anniversary of libertation.
So our totem pole isn't as big as the other ones.... but the bottom part is really cute.
Norske Canada's Elk Falls Mill outside of Campbell River.
Seymour Narrows, the location of the Ripple Rock Explosion.
If you wish you can sign our guest book