We are now two weeks out of Portland, and find ourselves anchored in the smallest of rocky coves along the BC Coast north of Vancouver. Our anchorage is called Smuggler's Cove, and it looks a little like a bullseye on the radar, since it is about 1/8th of a mile across, and ringed with cliffs. We left Vancouver this morning, after a great weekend celebrating with Portland friends in honor the the graduation of Ayla Harker. Our blogging skills are weak, and my ability to utilize the single side band
radio is rusty. Hang in there, friends - we will improve with time. We believe the position report function is working. Dusk now, and we can see a single great blue heron standing on an underwater rock as if she owns the anchorage. We cede it to her.