April 24, 2011
Haida Gwaii – Queen Charlotte Islands – Moresby Island – Sheldon’s Bay
Blessed with great little camping get aways throughout the islands, Kenny and I disappeared to an uncrowded area known
as Sheldon’s Bay for a little R & R. The bay has a very secluded feeling. There are only about half a dozen camp sites, which makes this location uncrowded even during peak season. Grey Bay is also near by for an alternative camping choice.
We chose to be lazy and opted to ‘van camp’, but the camp sites are nicely layed out for tents, campers and smaller RV’s. The sites are provincial and are well maintained during peak season. At this time of the year, there is alot of tree fall from winter storms. We spent a good portion of the first afternoon cleaning up debris from our ocean view site. All the wood debris provided us with plenty of wood to burn on our campfire.
Trails and beaches kept us busy exploring as long as daylight would allow us. What a wonderful way for to spend a few days and a couple of nights!