Porcupine Cove provided a peaceful night. The waterfall woke me up a couple of times, I thought it was wind one time and another time thought it was a boat coming alongside. I think I was sleeping lightly due to all the action yesterday and frustration at not making it to White Sulphur Hot Springs. By six we were heading out past the breakers and around into Lisianski Strait. This section of coast is spectacular, wild and rugged and no place to be in bad weather or fog.
The trip up Lisianski Strait was under motor in calm waters. There was a lone Humpback Whale working along the tideline and a couple of porpoise turned up for a couple of minutes. What is wrong with porpoise; they just don’t know how to have fun, they are like depressed Dolphins. I think they need to lighten up and start frolicking a bit more.
By lunchtime we were alongside the dock in Pelican, I have parked just next to the Seaplane dock. The place looks interesting and a quick trip ashore proved that the inhabitants are very friendly. A fisherman gave me a beautiful piece of Salmon he had just caught; it will last me for a week. I pan fried the first piece for a late lunch and am cooking the remainder now as I don’t have a fridge on board – a special cooking technique using an ancient Thai recipe.
Tonight I will try the world famous Roses Bar. Rose is apparently in her eighties but still makes it behind the bar despite a couple of slips recently. Total voyage distance 1,324.2 miles.
Logged 28th June 2016