Strait of Juan de Fuca

Oct. 8-9, 2008: After motoring for three hours from Victoria across the Strait of Juan de Fuca, we arrived in Pt. Angeles, Washington, beneath the backdrop of the snowy Olympic Mountains.

We departed early the next morning in light rain and flat seas, to head northwest the length of the Strait before nightfall. The Maka Marina in Neah Bay, the farthest northwest point of Washington state, welcomed us, providing free, fast internet service so that we were able to download our final weather briefing package from Rick Shema. We sent emails to our friends and family members, confirming our morning departure.

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