About us

DOUG TAYLOR - former officer in the Canadian Forces (36 years) and manager at Osgoode Hall (7 years), retired to the Comox Valley in 2004. Can be found in my NDK Explorer HV, when not having a coffee at Rhodos or hanging out at Comox Valley Kayaks where I teach Paddle Canada courses.

JONATHAN REGGLER - Ex-British Army medical officer, became a civilian GP in the United Kingdom for 11 years then immigrated to the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, BC, in 2003. Sea kayaking since 2004. Family physician in Courtenay.


Click on the link to maps.google.com in the latest post and follow our progress.

A message sent in the evening means we have been paddling and have reached a new place. A message sent in the morning means we are staying put.

If there is no SPOT message for a few days do not panic! SPOT is new technology and a glitch or two may happen. We have loads of back-up with VHF radios and EPIRB.


Doug and Jonathan love the fact that so many of you are following their progress but they also enjoy reading your comments when they have access to the internet. The links are at the end of the Spot message for the day. To read the comments: click on the Comment link. To leave a comment: click on the Envelope. They even answer some of them!!

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

OK ESN:0-7391670

Departed Tofino Monday 16 June. Next update from the Sooke in about 10 days
Nearest Location:not known
Distance:not known
Time:06/24/2008 14:50:57 (America/Vancouver)



Phil Molnar said...

Congratulations, you've beat the tough West Coast. You can join the tall ships in Victoria now. Hope it was all you expected.

The Explorers said...

It was. We didn't get to see the Tall Ships as we took advantage of a fast flood past Esquimalt and Victoria but did have to dodge other boats.