At last, the barrels of rain that had dumped down upon us, beginning on the afternoon of Saturday (August 27) … Continue reading Swindled out of clothes?
Today (August 27) we left Cameron Cove in Barnard Harbour and motored down the west coast of Princess Royal Island. … Continue reading Hiding out in “Chicken Cove”
We are continuing “off the grid,” and going further away from civilization. Today, we anchored in Barnard Harbour after an … Continue reading Position Report and Sail Plan
Yes, Walt and I DID enjoy soaking in the hot springs pools here in Bishop Bay despite the afternoon’s having … Continue reading Springing twice more
We have now gone for over two weeks without rain, and today, the mercury rose into the 80’s in the … Continue reading TOO HOT today!
Today, Tuesday, August 23 (Walt’s mom’s 97th birthday!), was a great day for Sailor Walt, who has been longing to … Continue reading Spinnaker and wing-on-wing sailing
The Prince Rupert Harbor fog horn sounded early on Sunday, August 21, but by the time Walt and I had … Continue reading Worship, chores, and new friends
Yes, we did wear summer clothes today–after the fog lifted. Boaters often call “August” “Foggust” because heavy fogs are so … Continue reading Yes, it’s “Foggust” indeed!
Summer has arrived in Southeast Alaska, just as we are leaving. Wouldn’t you know it? We pulled out of Bar … Continue reading There’s a reason they call it a sail boat
Today (Thursday, August 18) was the first day of our 19-week journey during which temperatures rose above 70 degrees F. … Continue reading Suddenly SUMMER!