|A couple families of mergansers|
|There are basically two arms to Shoal Harbor. If you go in, turn right, and anchor near the islet, that's where we were!|
|At the end of this right-hand arm, there is a a house in ruins.|
|The second is behind our islet. There is a third building at the end of the left-hand arm, beyond the log dump.|
There IS a nicely kept float house near our anchorage, the only resident evident while we were there.
|We saw bear on shore of OUR arm, but on our dinghy tour, this beach was around a corner.|
He looked up at a big dinghy that got there before us.
|He goes back to scrounging.|
|But, the added traffic, and the other couple's excitement and then voices apologizing to us for cutting in front of us|
obviously make the guy nervous.
|Though nearly every boat in every anchorage seems to put out a crab trap, many places are 'fished out'. Al got one keeper from our two pots. He calls that a snack.|
|We noticed this shipwreck when we came in at low tide, but the day we left the tide was even lower. |
Al says it looks like it has perhaps been 'run over'.