Wallace Island and Georgia Strait, BC

Sep 19, 2018 - National Geographic Sea Bird


National Geographic Sea Bird anchored alongside picturesque Wallace Island this morning. This skinny, 180-acre island was designated as a marine provincial park in 1990. Its earlier history included a popular holiday resort, of which we saw some interesting remains. It is only accessible by private boat and visitors can enjoy hiking, kayaking, swimming, and camping. We had opportunities for walks and expedition landing craft tours.

In the afternoon, we transited into the Strait of Georgia through Porlier Pass. We took in the sights and learned about killer whales and native cultures from our onboard interpreters as we continued our journey northward on this very pleasant day.

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Lee Moll

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Lee grew up as a "Nature Girl" in the rural outskirts of New York City, where she developed and expressed her keen sense of biophilia.  She expanded her passion for the outdoors when she ventured to the western side of the country and she currently owns a home in Boise, Idaho.

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