It's just a hop and a skip from Prince Rupert to Digby Island. The bay is shoal, with just a small pool deep enough for mooring; we watch range markers carefully on our way in. We arrive in the soft gray twilight of the north coast and raft up (tie Full Moon alongside another vessel as there are no empty spaces on the dock). We are always careful to select a suitable boat for rafting up -- preferably one that looks a bit rougher than we do! The shore is lined with old boat sheds, reminders of the glory days when Dodge Cove was a shipbuilding town.
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