We arrived in Port McNeil on Friday August 15 after motor sailing across Queen Charlotte Strait from a little one boat cove we found on our travels last year. It is the perfect little spot, out of the wind and chop and with a nice sandy beach, and you know what that means...
Fresh sockeye salmon and corn on the cob!
"By-the-wind sailors", moves over the surface by means of a "sail".
We saw thousands of these little "jellyfish" on the west coast of Price Island. With the sun reflecting off their sails, they looked like soap bubbles all over the surface of the waves.
Evening view, anchorage east of Bella Bella, with fog moving in.
Back at the dock in Ladysmith on Wednesday August 20. It usually takes us 3 or 4 days to get the boat cleaned out, laundry done, inside washed and vacuumed and then everything put back in it's place. This is not the fun part.
So, our journey ends for another year. No plans yet for next summer, but we have tossed around the idea of spending it at home (akkkk!!!) and doing a sailing adventure either in the spring or fall.