Monday, May 30, 2011

Fuel dock Elfin Cove

Fuel dock Elfin Cove

Fuel dock Elfin Cove

Fuel dock Elfin Cove

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Friday, May 27, 2011

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Headed into Glacier Bay.

Headed into Glacier Bay.

Fuel dock.

Fuel dock.

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Leaving the harbor.

Leaving the harbor.

Monday, May 23, 2011

Last day in Hoonah.




Last day in Hoonah.
I walked out to the tourist area this morning and was treated to two gray whales just barely off shore. It was wonderful and serene.



Kept my eyes open for bear!!



Set sail for Barlett Cove/Glacier Bay in the morning.


Remember you can see the town from our position reporting on the right hand column of our blog- click on Hybrid and zoom in for more detail. Walk the streets of Hoonah.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Friday, May 13, 2011

Lazy Days

We are tucked away in a little bay on Tenakee Inlet, surrounded by mountains covered in snow. We look daily for bear with no luck so far, but lots of deer sightings. The weather has been great, gotten in a good hike, set the crab trap and doing lots of little projects around the boat.

We had some wonderful sailing days on the way here. Spent the night at a dock on False Island, when I got off the boat the first time a construction worker-for the forest service one of 12 who live on a barge there said "if you're planning on going for a hike, you better be packing! A bear came down the dock yesterday!"

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Follow CSJ




Where in the World is Cape St. James???
Follow our course as we travel to Kodiak Island
On the right panel of our blog are two links, one with our current position and one with the route we have traveled to date.
For better viewing be sure to click on Hybrid and zoom in.