FALL 2012 CRUISE TO SEATTLE

In September 2012, we went on a very lovely fall cruise in our Albin 25 down through the Gulf Islands, the San Juan Islands and part of the way down Puget Sound to Seattle. This was the furthest south we have travelled by boat. It took us 3 weeks to get there and back. The weather (except for a couple of days) was perfect - sunny and calm. We joined the Albineers for the Fall Redezvous in roche Harbor. While we were in Anacortes, we had solar power installed on Skol.

Leaving Nanaimo.

At a buoy in Montague Marine Park.

Looking northward from Montague north beach.

Perfect day - looking northward from Montague north beach with Mount Benson in the distance.

Montague trail with Lexy.

Skol at anchor in Montague Harbour.

Roche Harbour Chapel.

Penny and Mike at Friday Harbour.

Lexy at sea.

Seattle skyline from Skol.

Skol in Marina at Elliott Bay in Seattle.



Kayaks at marina in Poulsbo.

Gulls at Poulsbo.

Mount Rainier.

Penny at the wheel.

Early morning between Oak Harbor and La Conner.

South entrance to Swinomish Canal.

Self-portrait.

Dense fog near Spiden Island.

We stopped in Victoria to celebrate my mom's 98th birthday.

Old cottage in Conover Cove on Wallace Island. Everyone hangs up a momento of their visit.

Conover Cove.

Finally - a nice photo of an arbutus - which I eventually changed into a big acrylic painting (see bottom left.)

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