We took advantage of the intermittant weather to clean out the bilge of 26 years of goo. We also found a fuel hose that had rattled loose and leaked diesel in large quantities into the bilge. Glad to have THAT gone. Imagine the stuff in the grease trap in a long abandoned drive-in theatre cafe, and you get the idea. Rather like a liposuction.
They'res a great trail to walk Chance, and all the amenities for our month here. When the skiing opens up, we may move the boat, but right know we're pretty well set up.
Nice little campgrounds by the river. Wish you were here...
They recently had an invasion of dead and dying Humboldt squid in the harbors at full moon. Not surprisingly, the most popular news article for a while was a recipe for Calamari El Nino. Blain grabbed one of these 20 lb monsters of the deep and we feasted on calamari for three days.
He's trying to figure out how to freeze some. It's really delicious stuff. We'll post a photo if they come in again.
One rainy day we drove to Cape Scott Provincial Park for some exercise in the rain. Along the way we found the shoe tree.
We'll be back. It's a gorgeous hike.