January 11th, 2012

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Wednesday Jan 11. Visiting friends in Vancouver B.C.

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

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Today it’s back to the “The Mastmakers Daughters” translation and then I make one more day visit, tomorrow, to Vancouver to see more old friends.

I had hoped to get a good moon set picture because I have a superb unobstructed view to the West from here across the San Juan Islands but unlike sailing in more southern latitudes the cloud cover is a spoiler here. I love the summers in the N.W. but I am afraid that the 7 years sailing under clearer skies and in warmer temperatures have spoiled me for ever.