May 9th, 2011

Away at 05:35 another day where tides dictate your start. Taking the back way we nip into Percival Narrows on the slack tide and set out sights on a lunch stop at Swanson Bay. Once an active logging mill in the early 1900’s we always try and stop to collect some old beach glass and try some fishing at the point. Dropping the hook in Swanson at noon we dash off in the skiff to catch slack tide and some fishing. Deb strikes again with two nice lingcod and I add some nice rock fish to the catch. Off to the beach while the tide is low for a look around. Some great beach glass treasures and the best find is a totally intact medicine bottle from 1912 lodged under a rock. Cool!! Away we go with our treasure and dinner, we decide on Khutz Inlet for our next stop. A new discovery we anchor at the end near the river mouth. A truly Magic place with towering snow capped mountains and a magnificent waterfall out our window. The world is truly a spectacular place.