The weather had improved, so we headed out of Rose Inlet, out towards open water!
Fishing from our kayaks
A new campsite, and fish for dinner!
The next day, more fish!
Anthony Island, aka Ninstints, with the century-old abandoned native village of SGang Gwaay.
The ruins of SGang Gwaay include a few remains of houses, and many mortuary poles. These totem poles once held the ancestors' remains. As Haida tradition dictates, these are now mostly left alone to slowly decompose and return to nature.
A nearby cave on Anthony Island.
A motorboat bringing other tourists to visit the site.
Being silly in the kayaks. Our guide Gord is obviously impressed by our technique.
Camping — a beautiful sunset, tidepools to explore, and fresh sashimi on the beach!
Yes, the greenling we caught was wonderful eaten raw with a little soy and wasabi. Yum!
More fresh fish for dinner!
A huge halibut caught by the watchmen, who maintain the SGang Gwaay site.
One last look at SGang Gwaay.