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  Posted by: chodups on Jun-13-12 11:37 PM (EST)

What a funny track today. It's almost seems like after being so exposed and out in the open Denis was craving some intimacy and dove into tight spaces. Spitfire Channel isn't a standard route. Meandered a bit and why not?

Looking at his SPOTS it's clear that Queens Sound was mellow and flat as tracks #42 - 45 show him right up next to the rocks and that section of coast is very steep so whatever hits it comes back off. Clapotis with a capital "C". The fishing is good at SPOT #45.

Cultus is a sweet beach for camping with sites above Spring tides, right Lyngo? It's protected. Photo here:

Curious about his route choice for tomorrow. Approximately 8 NM to the west across Queens Sound lies the isolated Goose Group. Very pretty place and site of Kayak Billís last camp. Staying closer in but traveling north are lots places to stop, explore, camp plus a very large sea otter population.. Maybe he will stay inside the groups and travel up Sans Peur Passage and Hunter Channel to a resupply, cold beer and hot pizza in Shearwater. Heís due.


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