Monday, June 11, 2007
June 08 & 09, 2007
Humidity: 79% Temp: 14 C Light rain, overcast skies.
Lv: Klewnuggit Bay
Course: Grenville Channel > Arthur Passage > Chismore Passage > Chatham Sound > Porcher Island
We spent two days at this very beautiful anchorage. We had the whole bay to ourselves, seems like there is no one else in the world. We tried a little fishing again, and a little crabbing. Caught a sunflower star again, but nothing else. It rained a little, and some sun, but it was very calm.
Arv: Lewis Island
Lat: 54 00.71 N
Lon: 130 15.83 W
Trip: 27.7 nm Log: 3066.6 nm
This is turning out to be a weird day. We decided to pull up the anchor and move to a more secure location. Our anchorage was windy, and we had at least a one knot current. After four other stops in possible anchorages, we ended up the tip of Porcher Island, near an old cannery. It was worth it, because it is a beautiful anchorage.
Arv: Ada Islands and Porcher Island Cannery
Lat: 54 05.30 N
Lon: 130 23.46 W
Trip: 10.0 nm Log: 3076.7 nm
I will publish a couple pictures I took at this anchorage that are beautiful, but you'll have to wait until tomorrow.