Stern tied on Jedediah Island.
Monday Sept 21, 2009
Leave: Pender Harbour 0900
Beautiful day! Sun is out and the sky is clear. We had a nice night in Pender Harbour, listening to the jazz music coming from a nearby pub (last night of the Pender Harbour Jazz Festival). The harbour was crowded, lots of American boats too.
We motored over to Jedediah, anchoring in a small cove between Jedediah and Paul Island.
Arrive: Jedediah 1420 stern tie ancohorage
We thought it was pretty tight anchorage with two other boats already settled in, but by dinner time, there was a total of eight boats, all stern tied.
Jerry and I went for a walk on Jedediah Island (all park land), and left GG to relax, watch the activity and read. Jedediah is a beautiful marine park, used to be privately owned, but was bought by the BC government in 1994.
One of the "wild" sheep that still live on Jedediah, remnants of the heard that was brought there by the owners of the island.
Kathy, self portrait, using my new underwater camera.