As you can see, the camp looked much the same as it did two years ago.
British Columbia is one of the most beautiful, green places I have ever been. To get that beautiful and green takes a lot of rain — and we were there for it!
Two years ago, the waders and rain gear were dried by spreading them on pieces of driftwood in the sun. This year, wet gear was suspended from the cooking awning, but dry was just a dream.
The fire struggled against the wet with little success.
Still, a little rain doesn’t stop our intrepid scientist:
Mostly it was too wet for me to do any trail hiking or tide pool visiting. I did not have rain gear and my clothes soaked through quickly; which left me with no way to retain my body heat, so I much preferred staying dry. However, there were lulls in the rain and I did get to snap a few treasures.
And this post is more than too long, so we will save the most amazing moment of all for tomorrow’s post.