Out of Gwaii Haanas With Civilization On the Radar

In my last post we arrived, and anchored in Lagoon Bay as sunset peaked through the blanket of clouds. It was a lovely sight, and and brought us hope that the low clouds that followed us would part and allow … Continue reading

Gwaii Haanas… Coves, Inlets and Heritage

Although we could have hung out in Haswell Bay for a few more days (we liked it that much!), we headed back out into Juan Perez Sound in route to another Haida Heritage site at Gandll K’in Gwaay.yaay (aka Hotspring … Continue reading

Haida Gwaii… Meandering North Through Gwaii Haanas

We finally got past the stormy weather (described in my last post), and left Rose Harbor for more exploration of Gwaii Haanas. I should mention that our approach and direction of travel was opposite of what most boaters do when … Continue reading

Another Big One Checked Off Our Bucket List… Haida Gwaii!

I’d heard of the Queen Charlotte Islands, but until my solo RV journey took me to Prince Rupert, I was oblivious to Haida Gwaii. Same place, but the original name was given back to this beautiful, and to some… especially … Continue reading

Calvert Island and Bella Bella… Last Stops Before the Crossing to Haida Gwaii

From Fury Cove we crossed Fitz Hugh Sound to Calvert Island, where we traveled west up a long inlet to Pruth Bay. We were told this island’s west coast boasts one of the finest beaches on the entire west coast, … Continue reading

Continuing North to The Broughton’s and Beyond

Although I could have stayed in the cove near Port Neville for several more days, enjoying the Grizzlies and the tranquility of the place, we continued north after only one night and headed toward The Broughton’s. Normally we would stay … Continue reading

It’s Getting Grizzly Out Here!

We departed Gorge Harbor on May 23 on a beautiful sunny day, crossed the Strait of Georgia, rounded Cape Mudge and ducked into Campbell River for gas. Then we set out again up the notorious Seymour Narrows. Here the current … Continue reading

Desolation Sound

As mentioned in my last post, we attempted a visit to Desolation Sound during last year’s voyage. Made it all the way up there as a matter of fact, but we had no sooner turned the last corner at Sarah … Continue reading

Princess Louisa Inlet Again! Yep… Loved it That Much!!

Early on the morning of May 12th we set out from the dock at Egmont, on our way yet again to Princess Louisa Inlet. We were there last year in August… a four boat flotilla with friends from Olympia… and … Continue reading

More Than Just a Pipe-Dream- The Story of Zephyr by John Thompson

Zephyr is a 10’ Tenderfoot sailing dinghy designed and built as part of the 2017 Edensaw Challenge in Port Townsend WA. She is built of western red cedar and covered with two coats of clear fiberglass inside and out. The … Continue reading