If a boat’s wake were less permanent, more like tracks in sand, then I believe Seaducktress would have worn a deep groove in the Salish Sea and beyond, from our many passages up through the Canadian Gulf Islands, the upper reaches of the Straits of Georgia, into the Discovery Islands, the Broughton archipelago, the small town of Port McNeill near the top of Vancouver Island, and then the big jump across Queen Charlotte Sound into the remote North Coast of British Columbia. As I write this, I’m sitting in lovely Fury Cove with its white shell beaches and view west towards the ocean. The first phase of our journey has been completed and now we sit on the doorstep of some of the most remote territory we’ll visit.
Cruising Southeast Alaska ‒ Fury Cove
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