If time permits while you are whale watching and if there is a shortage of suitable food back at the lodge your guide may jig up a few bottom fish to feed the camp eagles. The guest reaction to the fact that I must “knock” the fish on the head is often a mixed response. As much as they want to see an eagle fed there is a certain amount of sympathy for the fish. Karen and Martin visiting from the UK provided this photo.
Your first view of the Lodge, except for the plane landing, is from the dock. The camp staff will be on dock to greet you and unload the plane. Unloading means your luggage and food coming into the camp as no plane leaves Campbell River without food if there is extra room. The first building partially hidden by the tree is the main lodge. This building has three guestrooms up stairs and one down (this is seldom used). The second building is the owner’s (Angus and Krystle ) home and over in the corner on the point is the cabin. Between the cabin and the lodge there are normally a maximum of eight guests in camp so the boat on the dock with four guests has room enough to move around for pictures and travel comfortably.
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