For the second year in a row, we had an easy Strait of Georgia crossing. This sometimes fearsome 110 mile long by 50-mile wide body of water can be flat as a pancake, no wind or waves, and that's what we got today. 80 miles in 8 hours, and we landed on the Sechelt Peninsula at Pender Harbour for the night. Despite the rain, we're happy and well. Tomorrow we travel up Jervis Inlet to Princess Louisa Inlet where the mountain walls are so steep that no wifi, cell signal, GPS or even Coast Guard radio can get through. We'll be back online when we return, probably Tuesday or Wednesday.