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“Time is a game played beautifully by children.” ― Heraclitus, Fragments

“Time is a game played beautifully by children.”
― Heraclitus, Fragments

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#explorebc in a #seakayak while at #strath.  #gowyld #wildernessyouthleadershipdevelopment

#explorebc in a #seakayak while at #strath. #gowyld #wildernessyouthleadershipdevelopment

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“Stress dissolves when exposed to water”  Author Unkown.

“Stress dissolves when exposed to water” Author Unkown.

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#Yoquot aka #friendlycove is a great place to relax and learn about the history of the place and visit sanford williams a master carver.

#Yoquot aka #friendlycove is a great place to relax and learn about the history of the place and visit sanford williams a master carver.

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Enjoying the night sky come to life out in Nootka Sound.

Enjoying the night sky come to life out in Nootka Sound.

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Nature can put on a show that simply takes your breath away.  This picture was taken on a school based trip to Nootka Sound where whales were lunge feeding.

Nature can put on a show that simply takes your breath away. This picture was taken on a school based trip to Nootka Sound where whales were lunge feeding.

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Aerial view of Yuquot (Friendly Cove) which has significant historical importance on the west coast and makes for a great stop while sea kayaking in Nootka Sound.

Aerial view of Yuquot (Friendly Cove) which has significant historical importance on the west coast and makes for a great stop while sea kayaking in Nootka Sound.

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Nootka Sound is truly a paddlers paradise with plenty of wildlife, amazing scenery and sunsets that will take your breath away. #explorebc

Nootka Sound is truly a paddlers paradise with plenty of wildlife, amazing scenery and sunsets that will take your breath away. #explorebc

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We suggest paddling in Nootka Sound in August/September to greatly increase your chance in seeing whales in their natural environment.

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Watching the sunset go down in Nootka Sound.

Watching the sunset go down in Nootka Sound.