SAILING WEATHER

Vixen Harbour was flat calm last night, there was no light pollution and the heavens were on full view. I got an early start at sunrise and headed down to Meyers Chuck to await the forecast afternoon wind. Meyers Chuck is a small harbour with numerous holiday home scattered around. I couldn’t find a vacant … Continue reading SAILING WEATHER

HEADING SOUTH TO VICTORIA

This morning Ngozi departed Truce on her way back to New Zealand.  The Harbourmaster at Hoonah very generously gave her a lift up to the airport.  I am now alone again and have missed having company today.  And no, it’s not just to have help with the cooking and cleaning! The voyage from Canoe Cove … Continue reading HEADING SOUTH TO VICTORIA

WHALES AND SEALIONS

I woke up this morning at four with light shining into the cabin and the patter of raindrops overhead.  It started raining again last night and has continued all day without respite.  It’s hard to believe I was stripped off in the sun only a couple of weeks ago. This morning I went for a … Continue reading WHALES AND SEALIONS