I could say we are practicing for crossing the Strait of Georgia later in the month.
Or I could say we heard about Clark Island and wanted to experience it.
As we enter Rosario Strait we see a tugboat pulling three barges and recall in Texas we would hear the tug's communication, "I have three strung out," as opposed to "three breasted up."
In spite of the Ketchikan Ferry that traverses to the east.
In the early evening the wind picks up and gives us quite a bounce -- all night long. With passing vessels giving us a wake, we have 3-4 foot seas and preparing dinner in the galley presents quite a challenge.
I get my sea legs, so I am set for the Summer.
The best thing about being here is the sunrise the next morning.
Willie of Willie's Tug,
and of Walldog, Willie and Jake
Wednesday - Friday, July 10 - 12, 2013