Anchored with stern tie into a busy Princess Cove on Wallace Island. Busy boat with three adults and eight kids onboard.
Happy Canada Day. We are enjoying a few days anchored and stern tied in Teakerne Arm near Cassel Falls. Seems odd to have cliffs close by on three sides. Nice spot with daily hikes to have freshwater swims in Cassel Lake. Dolphins putting on a daily show including having three dolphins do a flip together close while I was paddleboarding. We will start the trip back south tomorrow.
Anchored with stern tie to a tree in Tenedos Bay. Picturesque site with a nice hike to Unwin Lake for fresh water swimming from the rocks.
Stern tied into Melanie Cove after a nice downwind sail across the Strait of Georgia. Melanie Cove and its neighbour we hiked to yesterday, Laura Cove, featured several times in the classic “Curve of Time”. Seemed busy here to us, seven boats, but apparently in a normal year this place is packed.
Fluenta and crew are on the move again. Anchored near Nanaimo heading north towards Desolation Sound tomorrow. Nice passage today including sailing through Dodd Narrows after waiting for a massive log boom today get unstuck in the narrows.
Fluenta and crew are off the dock for a few days enjoying Spring. Anchored in Medicine Bay off Pender Island enjoying the peace and quiet. Time for playing with our paddleboards, rowing Trickle, yoga and hiking. Lots of wildlife including bald eagles, turkey vultures, geese, ducks, seals and the Easter Bunny. As a special treat, on one of the paddleboarding trips through Pender Canal one of the seals followed me for about twenty minutes.
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