Throwback Thursday – Squirreled away in Squirrel Cove

In Squirrel Cove, Cortes IslandLast year I was either too busy eating prawns and sleeping, or out of internet range to post about our adventures and if I don’t post about it soon, then the moment is lost. The humans say I have the attention span of a squirrel!  Well, I have something to say about that….

It was this time last year that we were in Squirrel Cove and we are again today. I don’t know why it’s called Squirrel Cove, but it is. This photo is from 2017 when there were a lot of fires burning in BC and the skies were full of smoke.

So far we’ve been to Pender Harbour and stayed at the dock for the long weekend, then to Prideaux Haven in Desolation Sound with 6 other boats for a couple of days. The weather was purrfect for the humans to swim and float around in water they say is the warmest north of Mexico.

My human dad has been trying his hardest to catch me a lot of prawns but so far this time he hasn’t been as successful as usual. Oh well, it might be for the best. I had a vet checkup a couple of weeks ago and I’m on a bit of a restricted diet and we don’t know yet if prawns are ok or not. More on that in another post.

Yesterday the weather was almost too hot but then became a tad unsettled at night and it rained. It’s sunny today but windy and supposed to rain again tomorrow. Then get nice again. Tomorrow we will break away from the group and go to Campbell River to meet some other humans. I’m just along for the ride, and the prawns.

Paw paw for now =^,,^=

7 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday – Squirreled away in Squirrel Cove

  1. I’d come along too alas Im no good catching prawns! Give me a mouse any day, MOL
    Mrs H and I both love your surroundings. It all looks so peaceful and kind. Have a great trip, and look forwards to the next report from Captain Purrsea’s table.

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  2. How lovely to hear more of your adventures. We love your website. A famous cat called Trim, who belonged to the explorer Matthew Flinders was the first to navigate around the whole of Australia. His human wrote a book about him and there are statues of the famous Trim in London, Sydney, Adelaide and Port Lincoln in South Australia. Trim eventually vanished in Mauritius, although being a devoted carer, he had accompanied Flinders to prison on the island. The French erroneously accused Flinders of spying and kept him imprisoned for seven years. Trim is rather a hero of mine and I model myself on his intrepid character. But he was a real ship cat, like you and I can never aspire to that. Sasha

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    • Thank you for your kind words. I too like to hear about other cats who make the history books. The humans have a fake cat on board that comes with a story. One day I will post about “Able Seaman Simon” Hero of the HMS Amethyst. =^,,^=

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  3. Snoozing on the warm seas and having your human slaves catch fresh prawns for you?! I might need to have my human look in to getting us a boat!

    -Pearl 🐾


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