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7-6-09 Monday Allison Harbour July 14, 2009

Posted by captnmike in The Queen Charlottes 2009.
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We got up at 7am, things were wet but not raining, I took the recycle up, filled our front water tank with 63 gals of water and headed out about 9:15am. Very calm water and some current with us so far. Tenacity with Marshall and Joe were behind. We’re very close to Cape Caution. Winds are predicted light tomorrow too. We both went thru the Southgate Group of Islands with a very narrow channel. Had lunch on the way and noticed V-8 juice was freezing and a few other things with the fridge getting cold from all the food we put in last night. At the top near Southgate Is. there was a good sized log in the middle of the channel, we went to the right. Anchored in 21 feet near the head of Allison Harbour. Tide is supposed to go up 1 feet and down 7 feet overnight. They rafted up about 50 minutes behind us. One other sailboat in the area. Clay and mud so we didn’t think there would be any crabs. Light sprinkles then rain started about 3pm. 430.0 miles, no wind all day. 430.0 miles. No sailing

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