The next day we took out our inflatable Kayaks to explore the inlet. There were harbor seals everywhere and once we were paddling around the inlet they would come right up to the Kayak to see what you were doing and then they would follow you everywhere like lost puppies. There are cliffs here that soar to 6000ft, then another 1000ft straight down under the water. Amazing how much sea like you can see if you take the time to get close. We used our kayaks a lot during the 3 days we were there.
At the end of our 2nd day, it started to rain. Lucky I washed and cleaned the non-skid on the bow that morning. We woke up the third day to find Chatterbox falls twice as large as it was the day before. New waterfalls were everywhere. The slack low tide was at 10:50 so it was time to go. What a great place, but time to head north and a long ride to Powell River (Westview).
WARNING PICTURE HEAVY!
|Discovering Chatterbox Falls by kayak.|
|The cliff continues straight down for at least 800ft.|
|Can you see the kayak?|
|Can you believe this? Trees growing out of the cliff|
|Super Hero holding the mountain|
|Kay loves flowers|
|Moon Jelly Fish|
|Awesome sail boat|
|McDonald Memorial. The next day I had a fire going.|
|Nice clear water|
|Sitting under a tree to get out of the rain|
|Kay liked the moss on the tree|
|Trails to the falls|
|My Best Friend|
|grabbing a drink of fresh water|
|This was the day we left after rain the day before. The falls doubled in size.|
|This creek put a lot of water flow under the dock|
|Lot of spay off the falls|
|Rain sure affects, even just a little rain|
|Leaving Princess Louisa Inlet|