Paddling down the Harrsion River

Paddling down the Harrison River

We attempted to paddle down the Harrison River – because we wanted to
see the eagles feeding on spawned out wild salmon… an important part
of our BC ecosystem

We withstood the driving rain, the hail storms (two) but the strong wind
pushed waves made paddlers nervous, that and the fact we wouldn't be
able to reach our destination until well after dark, because of the
headwind, scuttled the trip. We turned around at this wharf and headed
back up river with the intermittent wind now at our backs.

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