After about a week and a half, we finally arrived at our destination – Telegraph Cove!
An old mill town now hosts condos, marina, boardwalk with a general store, 2 coffee shops, the Seahorse Cafe and the Pub Restaurant along with the bear tours and the whale tours. Lots of outdoor seating too. This is all on a boardwalk!
Our rig is park so that we have a view of the Johnstone Strait. Yesterday we saw a huge cruise ship passing by on its way to Vancouver, BC. Probably coming from Alaska.
We do like our spot. We can see the whole campground from here.
We can hike to the beach or down to the point where the mouth of the marina is.
Vistas are incredible. Off in the distance on islands are huge snow-capped mountains. Smaller islands dot the sound.
This place on earth is incredibly beautiful and we are so thankful to be here. There are hikes we can do. Kayaks we can take out on the water and maybe see whales and other sea animals!
We are digging the cooler weather! It gets in the high 60’s when the sun comes out. Last 2 days have had cloud cover all day.
Dale has made his camp host job taking care of the RV park. He’s great dealing with people. I knew this was probably coming, but I get the one bathroom and 4 shower stalls to clean. Small price to pay for our space and full hook-ups and being able to stay here for 3 months.
Life is exciting and very good. Thanking God for this beautiful place and the opportunity to be here.