Tag Archives: Desolation Sound

Fishing Lessons I

(June 2012) The entire time that Quoddy’s Run plied the coastal waters of Central America and Mexico, we refused to fish.  The skipper did not want fish blood and guts all over the deck, and we all thought it better … Continue reading

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Skinny dipping in Teakerne Arm

  24 June 2012 Near the bottom of a deep Cove which obtained the name of Cascade Cove about a mile & a half to the North East of the Ship there was a beautifull Waterfall which issued from a … Continue reading

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Life and Death, Flaming Passage

21 June 2012 It was the longest day of the year.  We were blessed with sunshine, water warm enough for a swim and the pleasure of a lazy row down the inlet past natural arbutus gardens—the great savour of life. … Continue reading

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North of 50

20 June 2012 Isabel Bay, Lancelot Inlet, Malaspina Inlet, Desolation Sound Desolation Sound! The Sound was named by Captain Vancouver in a fit of melancholy and longing for the flatter green fields of his home; unlike his younger crew who … Continue reading

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