Visitor Log Book

Welcome! In your guestbook entry, please let us know:

  • the date of your visit(YYYY-MM-DD)
  • number of visitors in party and their names (optional)
  • whether you are visiting for the day or overnight
  • number of nights
  • whether you are from BC or elsewhere
  • the type of watercraft you arrived in
  • your comments

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7 entries.
Steve Best wrote on November 20, 2018 at 9:55 am:
2018-08-06 Steve Best, Nick Heath, Darlene Heath, day visit by SKABC to deliver picnic table. From BC, by powerboat.
2018-08-06 Steve Best, Nick Heath, Darlene Heath, day visit by SKABC to deliver picnic table. From BC, by powerboat.
Randy Chatterjee wrote on August 7, 2018 at 2:54 pm:
Launching from Squamish Yacht Club, 5 SKABC members spent Saturday night April 14th at Tantalus, primarily for the purpose of building a picnic table at the site. Lumber dropped off in the fall of 2017 was used to construct the table on top of the concrete donkey foundation and set into the threaded bolts that projected above it. The lumber was all very dense and reclaimed old-growth fir that had been used for 40 years in BC Pavilion at Hastings Park to support the Challenger Map of BC. It now has a new home as a 12 by 5 foot dining table at Tantalus Landing. A nice bench was installed at the north end of the table by Mike McHolm. Others (Steve Best) subsequently helped to Linseed Oil the table to keep it in good shape . The table is approximately 100 kgs and held in place by dug-out indentations at the position of the steel bolts projecting from the donkey and by its own weight. It may be gently lifted up and off for maintenance. The top boards are held in place by construction screws set in from below. NOTE: A stainless steel sheet for protection of the designated cooking area is scheduled to be added to the south side of the table where the large overhang is located.
Launching from Squamish Yacht Club, 5 SKABC members spent Saturday night April 14th at Tantalus, primarily for the purpose of building a picnic table at the site. Lumber dropped off in the fall of 2017 was used to construct the table on top of the concrete donkey foundation and set into the threaded bolts that projected above it. The lumber was all very dense and reclaimed old-growth fir that had been used for 40 years in BC Pavilion at Hastings Park to support the Challenger Map of BC. It now has a new home as a 12 by 5 foot dining table at Tantalus Landing. A nice bench was installed at the north end of the table by Mike McHolm. Others (Steve Best) subsequently helped to Linseed Oil the table to keep it in good shape . The table is approximately 100 kgs and held in place by dug-out indentations at the position of the steel bolts projecting from the donkey and by its own weight. It may be gently lifted up and off for maintenance. The top boards are held in place by construction screws set in from below. NOTE: A stainless steel sheet for protection of the designated cooking area is scheduled to be added to the south side of the table where the large overhang is located.
Randy Chatterjee wrote on August 7, 2018 at 11:21 am:
One Night - Saturday, August 4th - 6 paddlers from SKABC, arrived at 5PM and left at 11AM. Two other groups of 2 also stayed that same night. Two were SUP paddlers heading from Gibsons to Squamish, and two came by rented kayaks out of Gibsons. Four stayed in the lower two tent sites and six slept up on the rock. All cooked on the beach. All three parties had intended to stay at Bain Creek, but 14 campers and counsellors from Camp Potlatch had arrived earlier to the spend that one night there. We saw them paddling their canoes back to camp on Sunday morning.
One Night - Saturday, August 4th - 6 paddlers from SKABC, arrived at 5PM and left at 11AM. Two other groups of 2 also stayed that same night. Two were SUP paddlers heading from Gibsons to Squamish, and two came by rented kayaks out of Gibsons. Four stayed in the lower two tent sites and six slept up on the rock. All cooked on the beach. All three parties had intended to stay at Bain Creek, but 14 campers and counsellors from Camp Potlatch had arrived earlier to the spend that one night there. We saw them paddling their canoes back to camp on Sunday morning.
Marc wrote on May 26, 2018 at 10:57 am:
Went to tantalus for an overnighter tonight. Hope I can view an awesome new table there and some washroom signs. People using toilet upstream of stream water source last time I went, same as thornborough.
Went to tantalus for an overnighter tonight. Hope I can view an awesome new table there and some washroom signs. People using toilet upstream of stream water source last time I went, same as thornborough.
Steve Best wrote on April 26, 2018 at 5:45 pm:
2018-04-25. Steve Best, day visit to apply coat of linseed oil to table. From BC, by kayak.
2018-04-25. Steve Best, day visit to apply coat of linseed oil to table. From BC, by kayak.
Groundcheck Testing Guy wrote on April 21, 2018 at 8:01 pm:
Nice guest book! Your trees need pruning! Free form answers, so this form does not require or suggest answers to our questions. I'm from BC. Arrived on the ether. Not staying overnight. Just me in my party. Date of my visit was yesterday. I think we should ask for a more custimized guest book if the cost is only $10 /yr, as I understand.
Nice guest book! Your trees need pruning! Free form answers, so this form does not require or suggest answers to our questions. I'm from BC. Arrived on the ether. Not staying overnight. Just me in my party. Date of my visit was yesterday. I think we should ask for a more custimized guest book if the cost is only $10 /yr, as I understand.
Steve Best wrote on April 20, 2018 at 11:28 am:
2018-04-17 Steve Best, Nick Heath, Abby Morgan (RSTBC), day visit to show Abby the sites. From BC, by powerboat.
2018-04-17 Steve Best, Nick Heath, Abby Morgan (RSTBC), day visit to show Abby the sites. From BC, by powerboat.