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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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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...

Red Bluff

Red Bluff is a deep bay with a narrow passage into the back harbor. The banks of the entrance are brick red and I suppose that is where...

Warm Springs

Well Guess what we found here? We went here because we heard that there were warm Springs. We tried to stay at the dock but it was very...

Takatz

Just a short 2 hour hop south was Takatz Bay. This was a very deep bay and very popular. I loved the narrow entrance to the back part...

Ell Cove

Oh My God! What a recommendation this was! This is a small bay that turns on an angle at the end. (sort of like an "L"") Outside the...

Sitka

A very short 2 hour hop into Sitka. I don't really like being in a marina when so many beautiful spots out in nature are available. To...

Lives in Peril

We left our cozy cove at 9:00 AM which made our ETA at Sergius Narrows at high tide slack. We had read the coast pilot and Active...

Good Bye Glacier Bay

We had to leave the bay and we did so with great memories of glaciers and wildlife and friends. I am pleased that we have put aside...