Blowing hard. 20-25kts G30-35 tonight and well into tomorrow. We will hang on the hook until at least Thursday.
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March on the ICW
Night’s are a bit chilly bit there is very little competition for dock space at Great Bridge!
Update Part 3?
Got underway Sunday past. Now tied up at the Museum at Great Bridge, VA. Moving south again tomorrow. Big blow coming. We will likely anchor in the North River, let the blow move through.
So we did get to Maryland and our dock early 2020 but no real cruising since. However we did install the extra solar on the new hard top. Now 1920 watts. Scotty got on board for a bunch of mechanical stuff. We did a major electronics upgrade and luckil…
The Covid years really messed us up. In Dec 2019 Sylken Sea was in Trinidad. We purchased and took possession of a cottage in Maryland site unseen, but with help from friends in Pocomoke. Big draw was a deep water dock with good weather protection and …
Ok. I did not have much success with earlier Blogger apps on the phone. Probably me. Anyway thought I would reinstall and try again.
For the past month, we have been in Sidney,BC at Philbrooks Boat Yard. Idyll Time had a list of maintenance items to attend to. She takes good care of us during our travels so we must also take good care of her. Philbrooks is a great yard for having work done and Sidney is a […]
Back to Canada
We have a short 14 mile trip from Roche Harbor to Sidney,B.C. We head directly to the customs dock at Van Isle Marina. We are entering Canada under a “Work Order”. We have accumulated a long list of maintenance items for Philbrooks Boat Yard to address. After clearing customs, we must go directly to Philbrooks which is located right […]
San Juan Islands
Just after pulling anchor in Bedwell Harbor, we do one last food check. No eggs, no apples, no fruit with seeds or pits. In just a few miles, we will be crossing Boundary Pass and entering the United States. Since leaving Petersburg, Alaska we have traveled 1012 miles in the past 36 days. We are so thankful for […]
Desolation Sound and The Gulf Islands
Our departure from Waiatt Bay is dictated by slack tide at “Hole in the Wall” rapids. This is another rapid that must be transited only at slack. Maximum current for this rapid is up to 12 knots and slack last for only a few minutes. This will be our first time transiting this rapid. We arrive 20 minutes early […]