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VHF Channel 66A 50 24. 82N 125 30. 00W

February 2018

Friday, March 9, 2018


February began with the closing of the Seattle Boat Show.  The busy event keeps all of us here at Blind Channel connected to all of you.  The enthusiastic greetings of our long-time guests and eager planning of new boaters make the long shows worth the adventure.  But at last, after three weeks of boat shows, it was time to pack up and head home.

Back on familiar turf, February proceded in the typical chaotic fashion.  There is a building and a restaurant to complete, both with a time crunch, a deadline in March when spring tree planting crews move in.  Between building projects and a steady water taxi service our winter staff, Matt, Chris, Robin and Leo have had no shortage of work.

After a cold but spectacular February, we look forward to a busy March that promises the near completion of a Winter and Fall's worth of projects and the ever-evolving adventure of life here at Blind Channel. 

Join us for a look back to some of the sights and scenes of February:





This is a beautiful place and very comfy accommodations, with friendly staff. I am reading two books, "I Heard the Owl Call my Name" and "Spilsbury's Coast." It is unique to be reading stories of the coast history while living in it. A wonderful trip.

Elise and Hugh