15 kts on the nose beating our way to False Bay on Lasquiti island.
We anchored in Hammond bay near Nanaimo at 18:00. The photos are of Shack island. The history of this goes back to the Depression when workers from coal mines squatted here. The people twisted development and now can keep their buildings in the family but cannot rebuild. Google shack island BC for more history. No … Continue reading Travel day 2: hammond bay
We were enjoying the sun and gentle downwind sailing and decided to carry on. I
We got up to Porlier pass in time to go through on the turn to flood, we had 2 kts.with us and it was uneventfull. Currently going 4 kts downwind in Georgia straight in 7 kts wind. -- Regards, Bruce Warren P. Eng
Sailing downwind in 12kts. Happy crew and repaired mount for chart plotter - casuality from yesterday during a gyb
We had 8- 16 knots and made good time until the 40% showers turned into a downpour. We bailed out on a mooring bouy at montigue marine park. We rowed ashore for a walk about and sunny sky's along the beach. It was very low tide do we were able to walk most of the on the beach. … Continue reading Official day 1 on the water
1- ( DONE BY ANDY) notice the fancy table setting, including paper towel/napkins in shape of sailboat, and the centre piece.2- new moon today and very high tide- dock walkway is almost horizontal.Sent from my iPhone