Glacier National Park… East

Glacier National Park, Montana

We left Waterton Lakes National Park (Alberta) on the morning of September 19th, crossed the border and headed to the east side of Glacier National Park. As we neared the entrance to the park, from the drivers seat in The … Continue reading

Final Days of Summer on Summer Breeze

After our most memorable day on the water (last post), and then a good night’s rest in Port Renfrew, we set out again the following morning… passing more sea caves and fishermen on our way out of San Juan Cove. … Continue reading

Paddling Marble River, Quatsino Sound

After the wonderful experience we had adventuring up Mahatta Creek, we were excited for our next stop, Varney Bay, at the mouth of Marble River. To get there we had to travel up Quatsino Narrows, which can run 6 knots … Continue reading

Sailing On… To the West Side of Vancouver Island

Those of you who are regular readers here, know we lost Sadie while preparing to round the north end of Vancouver Island for our journey down the west side. At the time, I didn’t really care whether we continued or … Continue reading

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

Rolling into Spring- Northwest Washington

Port Townsend, Washington, USA

We left Sekiu the morning of March 25th for our home stretch. Home being Bellingham, where our sailboat was stored “on the hard”, waiting for some TLC before going back in the water. We opted for the Highway 113 route … Continue reading

Washington- Around the Olympic Peninsula

Washington, USA

We arrived back in our home state of Washington via the Astoria Bridge. Since John and I have both spent a bit of time in Astoria and Longbeach, we moved along to our next campsite about 100 miles farther up … Continue reading

Oregon Coast… Lincoln City to Astoria

Oregon, USA

Our next campsite was free! Several months ago we joined a group called Harvest Host, which connects RVer’s with locations across the country that allow a free night’s stay. Places like wineries, dairies, museums, golf clubs, restaurants and boutiques. In … Continue reading

Onward up the Oregon Coast… Florence to Newport

In my last post I shared our visits to Sweet Creek Falls Trail and Neptune Scenic Viewpoint. While flying the drone over Thor’s Well we got chatting with a couple who recently moved to the area, and discovered in the … Continue reading