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Again close to town. Walked to town, went to the sunken garden, visited a wood carver at work we discovered on the walk. Lots of fun!
Visited: Jul 29, 2017
Not a review as such, as I haven't been yet, but just wanted people who will be in port on 1st October 2017 to know that I made enquiries and the cannery will be opening for the final cruise visitors that day, rather than closing on 30th September as their website states and the local buses will also be running their Sunday schedule. Might be helpful if you're struggling to fill your day.
Keep an eye out for eagles....they will fly right by your balcony and perch in front of ship! Great ice cream near by as well.
Visited: May 15, 2017
Take one of the excursions. we did the Pike Island trip to the ancient petroglyphs. It was a beautiful little island with an interesting history. i would have much preferred if the tour guide knew more Native history and could share information on how the plant life was used by the natives. She didn't know much about this.
Visited: Aug 04, 2007
Absolutely beautiful Canadian town, but not a true tourist site. You will not enjoy if you are looking for shopping and tourist-y activities. You will enjoy if you would like to see beautiful small Canadian town with totems and lots of bald eagles. Very nice people, nice town to walk around.
Visited: May 14, 2011
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