I had to do a short video for the AON Netd@ys Young Creativity Award featuring some paddling, municycling, boogieboarding and climbing - hope you like it. Now just watch either…
der jugendkongress 2004 ist vorbei und …
After our adventures in Campbell River we went westwards via Strathcona Park to Gold River. We truly entered a different part of the island. The mountains and lakes become truly spectacular. And I took the chance to paddle a the middle section of the Gold River…
Last week we went for another trip up north on the island. Last
time we did that we discovered so many great thing to explore that we only made
it to Campbell River. Later we were told that the true northern part of
Vancouver Island only starts in Campbell River.
It is hot and dry on the island now. The snow has melted, the rain has gone
the rivers are dry. The Cowichan is as low as you can imagine it. On the
Koksilah you can probably walk down the river bed with mostly dry feet. Kayaking season is in atumn and winter here. And yet I have been paddling new
locations recently and had a blast. Guess how?