Monday, June 18, 2007

Sucessful Crossing

We have successfully crossed the Hecate Strait, and are moored at Sandspit in the Queen Charlotte Islands. We pulled up the anchor at first light this morning (4:30 a.m.), and were blessed with mostly clear skies, a calm sea, and enough wind to fill the sails all day. Conditions were especially fortunate, because another storm is forecast - and indeed we already have a nasty, cold wind blowing. We have rented a car, opened a bottle of wine, and plan to ride out this next storm in search of internet
cafes, big totem poles, good coffee, and fresh vegetables. Hooray!

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