Oddly enough, the “honey-do” list at camp never seems to get shorter with the passing days, months or years. Aircrafts require maintenance, buildings need to be re- cribbed, docks built, outhouses dug, dishes to clean, bills to pay – – you get the point. But every now and then there’s an exercise/project that’s rather exciting to share! One of this year’s undertakings was to update our road signs; driveway entrance, highway 105 and coming soon highway 502.
Each season we thankfully have many repeat guests and many new guests, all of which periodically “miss the turn”….we hope these signs will help guide our guests to KaBeeLo Lodge!
Some say they come to KaBeeLo for the “Harald Experience” while others ask “what IS the Harald experience?”. Guests & staff will admit it’s a hard term to define, and one you must just experience, nevertheless we are looking to you – our guests, fans & friends – to help us define the phrase.
In addition, we would like to develop a shortlist of “Haraldisms” to round out the definition. So when you have time, or are feeling rather creative, please send us an email with your definition of “The Harald Experience” and subsequent “Haraldisms”, we will post the most fitting on our webpage & blog.
With just 2 days into July, the weather feels to have finally turned the corner and the days are slowly starting to feel like summer, nevertheless we find ourselves already planning for the fall!!!! Our crew has started to focus and prepare for the upcoming fall bear hunt. 20+ bait sites have been established and the “bait goodies” were hauled into camp on Canada Day (July 1). You can see the bear bait attracts more than just bears ….
trail mix attracts more than just bears
1st truckload of bear bait
In terms of “bear activity” – bears have been sited around some of our outposts camps – mostly just interested in the grey water pits and any grease/drippings left behind by recent guests. A nice cinnamon bear has been spotted along the 58km gravel road as well as the tangent logging roads. We will post updates and progress reports as the footage roll sin of activity around the camp and bear stands.