We are in the bay now (Cowichan Bay). There is a chop on the water and the wind is coming up. with a spar and a sail on the roof of this house there would be no need for a tug boat. As it stands we circle the bay once since we are not on the right course to make an entry into our new marina. When entering Cowichan Bay tugboat and house, without touching each other, get a lot closer together again. And that is how we are entering the marina, scraping the bow of a catamaran losing a plant shelf with its plants from the house and necessitating some wall repair and replacement of the plant shelf. Too bad there is no time to handle a camera at this point. I guess I blame the suddenly semi stormy weather for this small mishap at the end of the trip.
Now the way to the innards of the marina is being checked on.
A little house repair and always gardening and we’ll look right at home. I hope that the portrayal of this scenic journey was a rewarding one for the readers of these postings. For us this experience has been both interesting and somewhat disturbing, but it looks like we have joined a fine community and gone through a good adventure.