|View west. Around these islands to the left is the entrance/exit.|
|Our new little cove has a 'window' onto Booker Passage. Zoom in, and we can see the current RUSHING in,|
and logs twirling in the back eddies.
|Zoom out, and it's harder to see.|
|Zoom in and you can see a crabber zoom out! What a bow wave on that opposing current!|
|Behind us, a little island we passed to enter appears to have a grassy area, and maybe a fruit tree? We have heard you can see bear in this area, but the shoreline doesn't seem like the areas where we have. This perhaps looks promising?|
|An eagle family indulges me.|
|Young and old.....or....mature.|
|Al found the mode on the camera that can take repeated shots when you hold the shutter down. It is fun to quickly click through the ones I took of this sailboat leaving. We saw this Australian boat watching grizzlies at Glendale Cove!|
|Time for a dinghy trip! First stop is the little island in the first picture of this post.|
|Rockweed. I always think it looks like little balloon pants.|
|Jewels, I tell ya! Everything sparkles in the sun. This is another little window onto the channel, but too narrow and shallow for the dinghy.|
|The pass between the little island and the big island's shore make me want to do a slow float with the current.|
|So we do!|
Another view before we get in the dinghy and paddle to the entrance.
|No motor. No gas fumes. So lovely.|
|Official sunset is at 9:48. This is a bit sooner, due to the hill.|
|An hour later.|
Loving the lingering glow.