The anchorage lies behind Payne island, and i think it is so well protected, it stays quite warm here during winter, maiden hair ferns grow here, lots of them, they are surrounded by Blue bells, Columbine , Cow Parsnip ,daisies and Yarrow. Lots of dew settles here every morning, as this spot is close to the Pacific Ocean, we could see the town of KAKE ,across on Kupreanof island, Kake is a First Nation town, and the islands here hold a lot of Clam gardens and Middens, history goes way back here. This is a place of natural wealth, we checked all the beaches for garbage as we always do but found nothing, such a good thing!!! we truly loved it here.
A wealth of ferns grows here.
Curtsy, anchored in Lords Pocket.
Looking towards Kake.
Chart of Keku islands, you can see it was a bit tricky to get into the anchorage.
Evening light at Keku Islands.