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Lighthouse Park, West Vancouver. Viewing direction Vancouver Island
Tofino - Botanical Garden
Toronto, ON, Casa Loma
Cape Breton Island, Cabot Shores Resort
Bald Eagle at Cape Breton Island
An amazing adventure is coming to an end. I met so many interesting people, heard mind blowing stories (and also told some by myself :) ), sat at indescribable places, saw fantastic nature, traveled through mystique landscapes, felt the closeness to wilderness. I could continue this list but it would go beyond the scope. It is hard to put everything into words.
Time at Cabot Shores is coming to an end. I experienced a lot, including a storm, floodings, saw moose, beavers, eagles, seals, puffins, whales, I was on the water, in the water, around the water, hiked next to the water, went across the water… oh man, so much water. I enjoyed it. Paul showed Dori (another volunteer worker) and me YOLO boarding. It is kind of strange to stand on a board and using the paddle. My favourite was kayaking, which I did almost every day. And besides that I enjoyed being at Dolly’s (the staff house) with other staff members. Unfortunately there lives a cat, that’s why I couldn’t sleep there. But summarized I had a great time here. I think the random pictures give a good impression.
Cabot Shores is a wonderful place on earth. But of course there is some work to do here. I repair things, paint signs and take care about the organic garden. In the evening I enjoy the one or another beer with my workmates. They are all great. And we all have to cook for each other. One day we had mussels. Hmm, delicious.
On some Saturdays we have live music here at Cabot Shores. Songwriters tell stories about their life and give their best on the guitar or Ukulele or whatever. It’s just amazing to listen to them.