|The chart shows a few rocks on the approach to Trollers Cove.|
Hopefully our forward looking sonar will "paint" these rocks for
our viewing, not touching, pleasure. The line was Wild Blue's route.
|Frozen Vancouver Bakery Croissants have risen.|
|Baked for 15 minutes become light and fluffy.|
|Nice view from the Trollers Cove mooring looking west.|
|Forest cabin for recreational use by visitors.... and bears.|
|Sitting on the "can".|
|A large wood stove was centered in the cabin.|
There was plenty of cut wood, with kindling,
and a gas lighter.
|Four twin accommodations, BYOM (mattress).|
|Once Alex as back aboard, Pat looked towards the cabin to see a |
moving black rock, .....no a BEAR!
|He waved at us from a distance.|
Earlier today, Monday morning that is, we slipped the bow line from our personal mooring for the short cruise back to Ketchikan. This time Clarence Strait was quite bumpy with a 2 knot southerly ebb being agitated by a 15 knot southerly breeze. The Admiral was unhappy but it didn't last as all was calm again shortly as we reached Tongass Narrows, then Ketchikan.
|A troller styas out of the way of cruise ship Vollendam in|