Green Inlet and Inside Passage, Canada

Sep 16, 2019 - National Geographic Venture


It was calm and artistically misty as National Geographic Venture turned from Graham Reach into Green Inlet this morning. We anchored toward the back of the bay and commenced our activities after breakfast. Bushwackers trodded through boot-sucking mud, lush mosses, muskeg, and enjoyed everything from tracking bear signs to beautiful views of Green Lagoon. Others explored by kayak and Zodiac. Harbor seals, several species of birds, and mink were observed. The remainder of the day was spent enjoying life on board National Geographic Venture as we transited south through the scenic waterways of the Inside Passage of British Columbia.

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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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Eric Barnes

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