By David Steele WE DID IT! Two months and 800 nm from San Francisco Bay to Neah Bay, the entrance to Puget Sound. 134 total hours in nine legs, six of which were overnight passages to time bar crossings. This was a big deal for us because Darlene gets very seasick on the ocean and [read more]
James Stein tells the story of losing his dinghy off Pigeon Point on the way to Santa Cruz during SJSC 2015 Sea Otter Cruise and it’s miraculous recovery the next day.
Close encounter with whales in Monterey Bay during 2015 Sea Otter Cruise aboard Angelina Rose with James Stein and David Steele
On the right is a photo of the participants in the SJSC potluck BBQ on Saturday at Angel Island. They came by boat and by ferry. (Not pictured: Rachael and Karl Gibson, Katrina Reardon and fiancé Jim, David and Darlene Steele, and Sara Dyslin who was up the tree taking the picture.) Pete Gibson and myself came over on Thursday [read more]