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Welcome to Adventures of CODA.  This is the travel log of Steve Olsson. Travelling with Barbara (his sister) on a 43 foot American Tug.

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Nick and Marissa in Town

I returned from Seattle to find everything on Coda doing just fine. I once again joined the on-going san wandering flotilla in Blind Bay...

Back to the US of A

With the proper paperwork filed on the CBP application we called into the boarder protection hot line and were approved for arrival with...

Long Way Home

14 hours -- that is a long day at the helm solo. It was nice to pull into home territory. Well at least it felt close to home. After a...

Blind Bay

On the long trek back to Desolation Sound we decided to treat ourselves to an evening at Blind Bay. I was here before also and it is a...

Kwatsi, and Lagoon Cove

I really enjoyed Kwatsi bay last time and even though we heard it had closed, we stopped in to see what was happening. There was a sign...

Cape Caution, take two

We woke up at a leisurely hour, anchor holding sound in the protection of Fury Cove. We had accumulated several more boats throughout...

Cape Caution smack down

We departed on-time and it was a beautiful day. Tonia took this picture of Coda pulling out of Bella Bella and set to arrive at the...

Bella Bella

Up again at 6:00 AM this time and a run to Bella Bella At this point we were rushing to make the weather window at Cape Caution and...

Off to Hartley Bay

Hartley Bay is a long haul from Prince Rupert but we were starting to look at the weather and we were looking for a window to cross Cape...