We are anchored in an excellent storm hole. Yesterday morning we listened to the VHF radio weather updates, and took seriously the forecast of storm force winds coming our way. So we altered plans, and skedaddled inland to this anchorage at Clatse Bay, a fiord-like indent into Roscoe Inlet, with mountains all around. Although the barometer has plummeted, we have experienced only rain, clouds, and winds less than five knots. The radio tells us that not too far away there are seas of 3-4 meters, and winds up to 35 knots. As we wait out the storm, we have been busy exploring the shore, where we found amazing wildflowers. We are also diligently studying up on weather forecasting. At last count, we had downloaded five weather faxes, three email weather files, and read chapters in four books. If we've had time to do all that, this has been an excellent storm hole indeed.