Nine Mile Point in Sechelt Inlet – a favourite kayak destination for us
We find this guys scrambling on the rocks just about the waterline when we are kayaking. Quite a creepy sight when there are a lot of them but Sea Slaters are harmless. This big one was about 1.5 inches (38 mm) which is as big as they get. Sometimes called Rock Lice.
When the tide is high the ocean will rise to the top of the seaweed – in the case about 8 feet (2.4 meters).
A pair of gulls watching us kayak in Sargeant Bay on Sunday
Another of my reflection shots turned 90 degrees