Distance traveled: 27.5 miles
So Monday at 11am we pulled out of Port Hardy, too late to round CapeCaution as winds come up in the afternoons, but early enough to make good progress toward the Cape.
It was a pleasant and uneventful trip, and we got the anchor set early enough to enjoy a relaxing afternoon.
Allison Harbour has good protection from the wind, but some still found its' way in to offer a little chop inside. Anchored in 60 feet of water, with 225 feet of chain out, we rocked gently all night.
There were only 4 boats anchored, so everyone had plenty of room to swing on the hook.
And Monday night found us setting the alarm clock for 4:30am again.