This morning was cold and blustery on Colvos Passage where we live. We started a fire in the fireplace and settled in for a low-key day of reading books and watching the changes in weather out the window.
Around 10 AM we saw a Native American dug-out canoe working its way up the channel, moving along the buoy line about 100 feet off shore. It was crewed by 11 folks, men and women, young and old, followed by a chase boat.
Reminiscent of an earlier era. Wish we know what “Sahu hi tithla “, the name of their boat, means.