|Sail Rock, leaving Neah Bay|
|Chris with Tatoosh Light inside a fog bank|
|Catching some sleep after a night watch|
About mid-night on the second night out the wind died and this morning we motored in fog to the entrance to Yaquina Bay. As we approached the mouth of the river bar there were about a 100 small boats coming through the fog trying to center punch us to get at the fish. Around sunrise the fog let up some and we headed into the Newport Marina and hot showers!
|The bridge over Newport harbor entrance|
All in all the boat and crew ran well for this passage. We had a small hiccup when the propane ran out last night. Oh yea, that was on the to do list before we left... It meant having to live with gourmet salad for dinner last night rather than homemde enchiladas..
If the weather looks good, we'll be off tomorrow for Eureka, or perhaps all the way to San Francisco.
Our friends on Saben, also travelling south from Edmonds, pulled into the dock shortly after we did.
Fair winds- Chris & Paul