It has a small cabin and a large cockpit for fishing.
The first mate wants a hardtop extension.
It is noon before I can blink an eye. There may be a window in the wind and it is sunny at Matia, so I depart for Clark to see what the wind is doing there. As I depart there are a couple of more sandstones that I take a picture of. One looks like a rabbit and the other a sea lion. I also see a pair of Wood Ducks. I thought I had seen the female on the first day I was here, but didn't see her again. It is so nice to see them as I think they are the most beautiful.
I stop in at Doe Island, but see the state dock and buoy is gone.
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Boy, the wakes here are terrible, so I depart and head over to Spencer Spit on Lopez island. For years as I passed this place and the buoys were always full, but today I have several choices. I eye one, but then see another Albin on a buoy. I alter course for him. We tie together and get to know each other. The Swedie berths on the hard at Dagmars near Everett, Wa. Dick has a cute little dog with him. I pick up my buoy and fix dinner. No wonder I am hungry, I missed lunch. The waters are calm here from any wind but a few wakes from the ferries sneak through. This has been another wonderful day.
Days run 18nm