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by lcrass on 01-Oct-2014

Well, the boating season is over. The weather is turning to fall here (which is like winter in California!). We had the boat pulled out of the water in preps for storing it on blocks for the winter again. We have a bit of work to do getting it ready for winter. But we plan to head back home on Saturday 10/4.... With tons of frozen Salmon of course!

by lcrass on 25-Sep-2014 ( 48.496117, -122.604167 )

While hanging out at Anacortes in the Cap Sante marina, a cute water doggie decided to move into the slip next to us. Sure hope he doesnt get sun burned!

by lcrass on 21-Sep-2014 ( 48.496117, -122.604167 )

Well, the cruising season is almost over. After leaving the hot metropolis of Vancouver, we couldn't resist making a quick stop at Chemainus where Marcia's favorite pastry shop is (Utopia Bakery). Ok I admit... it's mine too! After piggin out on awsome pastries, we crossed the border back into the States and stopped at Roche Harbor. Then back to the boat's home in Anacortes. Once we were docked, we noted a huge green boat named Atlas! Just like the rockets we used to launch! I think this boat is a little bigger than the rocket though!

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by lcrass on 18-Sep-2014

We got our TV system fixed last night and decided to take a nice stroll around the bay where our boat is moored. Sandy had a nice time reading (sniffing) her daily "pee-mail"!

by lcrass on 17-Sep-2014 ( 49.29175, -123.125717 )

We needed to make a little stop at the huge metropolis of Vancouver to get a repair done on our TV system. We were quite amazed at the view of the city skyline as we approached. Talk about tons of sky-scrapers!

by lcrass on 14-Sep-2014 ( 49.29175, -123.125717 )

Awwww... Isn't he cute? Here's the watch dog Barkley on our good friends Cal and Nancy's boat.

by lcrass on 14-Sep-2014

We met up with our good friends Cal and Nancy on "The Other Hale Kai" in Toba Inlet at the Toba Wildernest Resort. We had a great time partying and watching Cal fly fish for Salmon right from the dock. Yes, he caught a nice one.

by lcrass on 12-Sep-2014

Cruising south down Johnstone Strait, we passed a tug pulling 2 floating fishing lodges. This is pretty common up here for fishing lodges to be placed on floats so they can move to where the salmon are and to allow storage for the winter. Customers just need to charter float planes to bring them to the lodge.

by lcrass on 10-Sep-2014
by lcrass on 10-Sep-2014

Arrived at Port Harvey last night and the owner just happened to mention that we can throw our crab trap out right from the dock. So being Crab-Aholics, we did... And low and behold, when we pulled the trap this morning, we had 5 nice crabs! We be stylin now babee! However, one of the bastards pinched me! Well I just got even with him on the stove!

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