Sunday, June 3, 2007

The West Coast


May 30
Time 1100
Log: 2758.1 Hrs: 752
Lv: Port Hardy
Course: Queen Charlotte Strait > Goletas Channel > Clam Cove, Nigei Island
Fuel fill: 122.3 L $116.80
Water tanks full, propane full
Port Hardy is wet and dreary this morning, we had a light rain last night which left everything wet. As we were leaving the harbour, a school of dolphins circled our boat several times as if they wanted to play with it, or herd it. They acted like border collies with a lost sheep. I stood on the bow and could see them through the clear water as they swam under our keel and then breached right in front of me!
We motored all of the way, and tried (fruitlessly) some trolling. The little anchorage we found had a live-aboard dive excursion boat as our only company. They were very nice and showed us a good place to anchor since there was a lot of kelp around a some rocks (waiting to claim our boat).
Arv: Clam Cove, Nigei Island
Lat: 50 52.42N
Lon: 127 29.35W
Time: 1630
Trip: 14 nm

3 comments:

Nicholas said...

it looks like a nice place Kathy. how many islands are there out there? it did not look like a very good day for sailing.

Kat & Jer said...

Hi Nicholas,
Thanks for your comment on our sailing blog. There are too many islands to count! And we have had some bad days for sailing but some good ones too. Tomorrow we are going to cross the border into Alaska, and we are hoping to see some whales and grizzly bears. The weather is suppose to be good for sailing tomorrow, but check our blog in a few days to see how we do!
Love,
A. Kathy and U. Jerry

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