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Cycle Touring
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Salmon Watching
Cave Exploring
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Sea Kayaking
Appendix: Getting There
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Traveller' Voice Magazine Book Review
Apart from being edible—and delicious at that—dried spores were used as diaper rash "talcum powder" by the First Nations of BC. Spores were also found to staunch bloodflow when placed on a wound. At one time the brownish spores were used as a photographic flash powder. A large puffball can contain as many as 7500 billion spores. If each of these spores were to grow to maturity the next generation would form a fungus colony some 800 times the size of the earth.
Illustration by Manami Kimura
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Sea Kayaking
Sea Kayaking by bus? What a concept! All of these wilderness paddle routes are accessible using existing public transportation infrastructure. What better way to enjoy the wilderness than to reduce your impact on it? The whole gamut of trips is included: from simple one day excursions to week-long -- or longer -- expeditions.
1 Sea Kayaking Brian Grover 4460
2 Indian Arm Brian Grover 10992
3 Howe Sound Introduction Brian Grover 4012
4 Bowen Island Circumnavigation Brian Grover 6509
5 Howe Sound Exploration Brian Grover 9501
6 Sechelt Inlet Brian Grover 10144
7 Skookumchuck Introduction Brian Grover 4742
8 Princess Louisa Inlet Brian Grover 7885
9 Jervis Inlet Brian Grover 7162
10 Nelson Island Circumnavigation Brian Grover 10985
11 Hotham Sound Loop Brian Grover 6558
12 Clayoquot Sound Brian Grover 4034
13 Meares Island Circumnavigation Brian Grover 13912
14 Hot Springs Cove Brian Grover 6669
15 Trincomali Channel Brian Grover 8392
16 Desolation Sound Brian Grover 11266

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