We stayed overnight (in a native Yurt - a kind of canvas-roofed hut) at the Center's Field Station on Peterson Bay. During the day, our extraordinary guide, Katy, took us on an exploration of the marine fauna and flora to be found in the tidepools, led us on a fascinating hike through the spruce forest (oh, those wild blueberries!), and helped us build a log fire for late-afternoon Smores. The composting toilets and overnight in the Yurt were maybe a little too rustic for us townies (the rain seemed to thunder on that canvas roof), but this was a fabulous, kid-friendly experience of the first order. Thanks!
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