Who’d have guessed Powell River’s Ferry Terminal would be so busy?
This time we passed Lund without needing to stop.
Our urgent need to use Lund’s pumpout was alleviated thanks to a now well-developed technique for periodically depositing small amounts of sterile liquid to deep, wide, open bays. Ask, if you’re curious; it can be described with a balance of detail, simplicity and humor.
By midday, we pulled into Powell River marina, fueled and docked. The marina and its staff were welcoming. However, they were unable to fix a flaky internet connection, so we spent the afternoon wandering about, in search of eats, drinks and internet access. After several tries, we found a Greek restaurant with excellent internet access. We called it our “brews and news.”
We stretched our legs a bit more for mini-provisioning and some scenery, but didn’t leave ourselves enough time to indulge in the lovingly restored 1913 Patricia Theatre. Instead we watched a surprising succession of ferries silhouetted by a vibrant sunset.
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