South to Canada

Pacific White-Sided Dolphin

After waiting out a SE gale in Ketchikan, there were fair winds in the forecast for the next few days, so I left as soon as I could.  The wind was very light the first day, and, while motoring along, several dolphins came over to demonstrate how much faster they were. I believe they were Pacific White-sided dolpins–they moved quicker than the dolphins I got used to seeing in the Atlantic did, so were harder to take pictures of.


I anchored in scenic, protected Foggy Bay that night (above is the entrance to the inner part), then sailed and (mostly) motored to Prince Rupert the next day.

Foggy Bay

5 thoughts on “South to Canada

  1. Hi Richard,
    Beautiful anchorage last night. Wish I was with you. Did you see my email to your issuma email inbox send yesterday? Best lick, Jim

  2. Wow! That looks like an amazing journey. Very inspiring. Thank-you for sharing!

  3. Very nice blog with great adventures. Are you planning to give presentation in Toronto? I would love to know. Thanks

  4. Sarah,

    Thanks very much. I do not currently have any presentations scheduled in Toronto, but will post about it when I do.


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