Saturday, September 15, 2018

The 30 Somethings Fishing, Eating and Laughing

Ron was born with a fishing rod in his hand as was Seth.  Tammy was a latecomer to fishing but really showed her stuff this trip.  


This is one BIG fish 

Tammy's Lingcod

Seth's Salmon
Tammy's Bigger Salmon
Coho in a Day

Ron's Halibut with the Bottom Fish Catch

Tammy's Bigger Halibut

Really, Seth?

The Prawn Pizza Dinner

Prawn and Crab Dinner
Goodbyes too soon

Friday, August 17, 2018

The Tales and the Whales

We have yet to see a bear this year and have not sighted a single orca but we have seen whales and whales and hummingbirds and beautiful vistas.  Enjoy with us:
Such impressive animals.  Any idea what is on the tip of the nearest fluke?
Never expected to find hummingbirds in remote anchorages.



A sunset to remember
Jan knits for Nancy
The trolls of Grenville Channel
Prince Rupert on a foggy night
At slack this waterfall is flat for about 8 minutes.  We traversed it in the small boat and explored the inlet quickly.

 A pod of Humpback whales feeding off South Pitt Island
It's illegal to have a posting without a fish picture

A wonderful paella dinner with friends
A closing whale tail

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

What Cruisers Do in British Columbia

We watch beautiful sunsets
We grow herbs in the pilot house
We try hydrophonic gardening or the MINT overtakes the bridge
We watch for drift and we watch interesting burled drift
We catch 4 fish and the sea lion steals the big one
We look for wildlife - Sandhill Cranes
Doug works on the shower drain system aka EXERCISE program
We release a 110 lb halibut because it exceeded the legal size
We catch keeper halibut

We laugh often and well.  What a life!

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Friends, Food and Foraging in Beautiful British Columbia

My friend, Nicky explained to me that there are two kind of people in the world:  Those who eat to live and those who live to eat.  I have concluded that we are our guests tend to fit into the second category and manage to do so in beautiful places.

Crab Dinner in Nainimo with our Mexico/Canada Friends Barry and Naida

Debra and Ralph Arrive Via the BC Ferry

Another Giant Crab Feed with Debra and Ralph

Dinner Spot Prawns

Debra and Her Chicken Halibut

Tom's Cove Anchorage in Smith Inlet
Helicopter Logging in Smith Inlet

You Mentioned Dinner

Nice 22# White King

Red Throated Loon

Where the Shore Ends and the Waters Begin

Paella Dinner Sans Mussels



Wednesday, May 16, 2018

No Fishes Just Riches

We are blessed to be heading north in the boat after a wonderful season of friends and family.  As we are passing Hat Island and Camano Head I think back to the memories of my childhood.  This To-Mexico-And-Back yyear was a medley of old friends, new friends, babies, children and family our greatest riches.
Lunch in San Fransico with Jim and Masa and Leah and Melissa and their families.

Dinner in Nanamio with our friends, Berry and Naida
Nana's Newest Happy Baby Girl, Ehryanna
Maria who is like a daughter to me
A Day at the Beach with Dear Friends, Jim and Denise Grandbaby Twins
Rory Loves Eli

Shari and Jude Kayaking

Wesley the Budding Thespian
Jan and Both Kathryns
A Tiger and A Super Hero


Taryn and Her Birthday Shoes
Aunt Tammy's Cinco de Mayo Birthday Dinner
Our Traveling Kids
See Ya Later, Nana Jan