Photo by Jerry Sword from the 47-foot Bayliner Jericho “This picture was taken from York Island, about two thirds of the way up Vancouver Island on the Inside Passage,” reader Jerry Sword wrote. “My wife Tanya and I have been traveling the Inside Passage since 1968. This was our 44th trip, and we’ve only visited York Island two times due to weather, water, and time constraints. I felt I had to take this photo as the Inside Passage is rarely this calm. We travel back and forth in our 47-foot Bayliner pilothouse, which we anchor about 10 nautical miles to the east in a place called Forward Harbor. We tow a 17-foot Boston Whaler behind for exploring and fishing in Alaska.”
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