At the end of the fishing season this past summer, the Captain was ready to head home. A new phase of the adventure begins with the rising sun.
Along the way home, he stops to check out this little building. You would never guess that inside this shack is a pleasant surprise. A cemented enclosure fills with warm water through a pipe from hotsprings behind the cabin. Step inside and have a soak to take the ache out of your bones.
The falls at the head of Lowe Inlet splash relentlessly. Except for the odd raven chuckling in the treetops, the rush and gurgle of the water are the only sounds. If you think you might want to try casting a dry fly towards a coho, be sure to take your bear spray with you – just in case.
Need a warm cabin for drying out those wet clothes? This Fisheries cabin at Lowe Inlet, aptly named the Lowe Budget Hotel, is very cozy after the Captain has spent some time trying his luck fishing in the cold mist of the falls.
He remembers to follow the rules about the woodstove, posted on the wall. Don’t want to risk burning the cabin down.
Almost there. Running the boat down Grenville Channel. Beautiful trip but there’s no place like home.
Meanwhile at home, I’ve been writing, and thinking about my fictitious character, Andrea, who has had an experience that seems bizarre at first. But in truth, this has happened to other women who have ventured out to the coast.
How did a city girl like her became trapped in an isolated cabin on this remote coast? Will she ever escape this lonely place where she must live with a man who is mentally deranged?
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