Posted by: Turkadactyl | July 30, 2008

Our Temporary Home

This post will have pictures of our temporary home called Camas. I will update this page in the future when I take more photos.

Mrs. Turkadactyl in Flight Training

Mrs. Turkadactyl in Flight Training

Mrs. Turkadactyl Swooping to the Ground

Mrs. Turkadactyl Swooping to the Ground

Part of Garden with Polytunnel Entrance

Part of Garden with Polytunnel Entrance

Tomatoes- Is it possible to grow Tomacco?

Tomatoes- Is it possible to grow Tomacco?

The Huts (residences for Josef, Adam and Rosaidh and Kayak Shed)

The Huts (residences for Josef, Adam and Rosaidh and Kayak Shed)

The huts are given names. I asked if anyone named their hut Jabba. No one did. Josef’s hut is now called Jabba the Hut.

Camas Centre from "The Island"

Camas Centre from "The Island"

Kitchen, dining room, campers quarters and acitivty rooms upstairs.

Kitchen, dining room, campers quarters and activty rooms upstairs.

Camas Bay and Camas Centre from "The Track"

Camas Bay and Camas Centre from "The Track"

The following photos are on top the hill where the wind turbine is located.

"The Track" leading to the road.

"The Track" leading to the road.

You can see “The Track”, or part of it, from this vantage point. The white dot in the middle is the Camas mini-bus. That is where the road is. This picture gives you a good idea of the kind of walk that we get to enjoy.

Mrs. Turkadactyl with "The Track"

Mrs. Turkadactyl with "The Track"

Mrs. Turkadactyl with one of the locals. These locals run away from us. This one actually ran towards us. Oh by the way I came within a couple of feet of smacking a couple of sheep on their backends. stay on target.

Chapel of Nets- This is where we have our reflections times.

Chapel of Nets- This is where we have our reflections.

Market Bay, about a 20 minute walk from Camas.

Market Bay, about a 20 minute walk from Camas.

Mrs. Turkadactyl has passed flight training with flying colours.

Mrs. Turkadactyl has passed flight training with flying colours.

The common room.  Boris the Rusian Astronaut with his dog Sputnik are hanging out.

The common room. Boris the Rusian Astronaut with his dog Sputnik are hanging out.

The dining roo with common room in the background.

The dining room in the foreground with common room in the background.

Mrs. Turkadactyl peers through the hatch, which leads to the kitchen

Mrs. Turkadactyl peers through the hatch, which leads to the kitchen.

The dining room in the background with the common room in the foreground.

The dining room in the background with the common room in the foreground.

The sinks where we wash dishes.

The sinks where we wash dishes.

The kitchen

The kitchen

More kitchen

More kitchen

The hatch with the dining room through to the other side.

The hatch with the dining room through to the other side.

Our drying room.  This room can be popular throughout the week, depending on how much it rains.

Our drying room. This room can be popular throughout the week, depending on how much it rains.

The staff washrooms and laundry room.

The staff washrooms and laundry room.

The shower and toilet stall to the right is one of few rooms that has electricity.

The shower and toilet stall to the right is one of few rooms that has electricity.

Wood shed.  The batteries for the solar panels are behind the white partition.

Wood shed. The batteries for the solar panels are behind the white partition.

The doorway to the staff quarters

The doorway to the staff quarters.

Our bedroom.  Notice the map of Canada and Oilers towel as well as two postcards on the wall.

Our bedroom. Notice the map of Canada and Oilers towel as well as two postcards on the wall.

The staff room.  This is the room where we hide on days off.

The staff room. This is the room where we hide on days off.

The games room.

The games room.

The art room with my car parked against the far wall.

The art room with my car parked against the far wall.

The spare room we use to dry tents and play games when it is raining.

The spare room we use to dry tents and play games when it is raining.

The corridor that connects the upstairs activity rooms.

The corridor that connects the upstairs activity rooms.

The kitchen dining room are the first door to the left.  Campers quarters further on.  Activity rooms upstairs.

The kitchen dining room are the first door to the left. Campers quarters further on. Activity rooms upstairs.

Wood shed, staff washrooms, quarters, office and as well as staff room.

Wood shed, staff washrooms, quarters, office and as well as staff room.

And what does Mrs. Turkadactyl have to say about where we live?

The Camas Tour is available on TurkavisionClick here for the tour.


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  1. Great Photos Michelle and Alex

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