Dundas Island, Bruntledge inlet.

It ended up being a beautiful , sunny day, a long day, as we didn’t arrive untill 19.00 hours.      The first thing i heard was the calling of the Red throated Loons, their call is one not to forget quickly, but then, i heard a Sandhill Crane pair, actually the first Cranes i heard this summer.   The male flew over Curtsy as if to check us out.   There were no black flies!!!   Oh, believe me, that was something to celebrate, black flies are DREADFUL!!!!!!        They come in swarms, and bite and bite, leaving scars, the itching is unbearable!!        The peace and quiet of this anchorage is so lovely, we were the only ones, as the entrance is narrow, a lot of boats would not venture in.      Back in CANADIAN WATERS!!   I had mixed feelings……LVN.Kechikan Dundas Island PR Expl. boat cannery Port Edward Kumealon Inlet Hartley bay 021beautiful evening.

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