Canada - Lucas Fowler, Chynna Deese, and Leonard Dyck, all murdered, Alaska Hwy, BC, Jul 2019 #11

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  1. Andreee

    Andreee Well-Known Member

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    I've lived in BC most of my life, taking several trips to the Island, and I agree. We would never consider Port Alberni on the ocean as such.
     


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    lol!
     
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    Does anyone think it is possible that if the canoe was theirs that they flipped and both made it to shore? If this did happen how far till they would be out of the bush or near a town etc?
     
  5. ilovechili

    ilovechili Where is the wiKKed witch? Will Oct. bring her?

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    Very true. The answers would not be there but the trial process is just more hardship for the victims as well. Imo.
     
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    The water is Pacific Ocean water. Port Alberni is a port. With boats. That is my point. Call it a fjord if you like.
     
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    It is not a canoe. It was a flat-bottom boat.
     
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    Technically, yes, I'm just telling you what we in BC think of it as, for what it's worth!
     
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    Thank you but if it was theirs that they flipped and both made it to shore? If this did happen how far till they would be out of the bush or near a town etc?
     
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    Google Earth of 56km distance between downtown Gillam & Sundance intersection; approximate location of burnt RAV4, discovered in flames at 7 pm, Monday, July 22. IIRC.
     

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    I can’t find the link on the water jug, unless it’s in the globe and mail article which I can’t access.
     
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    The river is at least 600m (3/8 mi) wide in those parts and would be ice cold. They probably hit some unexpected rapids and were too far out to save themselves.

    If they have been "hiding" at the bottom of the Nelson River these past 12 days now it would explain a heck of a lot.
     
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    If the boat flipped it would most likely have been due to strong rapids. Survival depends on how well they swam, lifejackets on?, water temps, injuries etc. They might have survived a trip thru rapids but most in that scenario do not.
     
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    Read post#181
     
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    Yes, that's where it was.
     
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    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy

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    If you are going to "camp" in the muskeg, do you try to find a slightly higher dry place? Cut foliage to build up a sort of platform to stay out of the water? It sounds daunting and it sounds like too muddy to put in stakes or poles for a lean to.
     
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    "Police did not find anything near the boat last night except for a red and white water jug."
     
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    shudder
     
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