We pulled anchor mid morning and set off for Genoa Bay. It’s not a big trip. Just an hour and a half or so.
Along the way, we took a turn through Annette Cove just to refresh our memory. We’ve been there in the past, but it was a long time ago. It’s a nice, well protected anchorage. The entrance is narrow. There are a few rocks on the sides and one in the middle.
We stopped at Russell Island for lunch. So did the HMCS Ottawa. I think they were just turning around.
We did not go ashore at Russell Island. Just anchored and lounged around for a while. Like everywhere else, very peaceful and quiet.
We arrived at Genoa bay mid afternoon and tied up to “C” dock. That’s us on the left.
The Cowichan – Genoa Bay ferry came by a few times.
It was suggested to us that choosing to eat anywhere other than the restaurant at the marina would be a mistake. Good advice. The Genoa Bay Cafe is really good. Kim had Halibut. I had Scallops.
Morning in Genoa Bay.
On to Sidney.