Wednesday, September 8, 2021

2020 Tomales Bay

In August 2020 we made a weekend trip to Tomales Bay. Here are some of our favorite photos.

Our first night at the shallow end of Marshall Beach.

The fog rolled in at about 19:00 and stayed until morning.

Breakfast of curried potatoes and eggs.

We used a fender to level the boat as it dried out on the sand.

There is lots of nice hiking from the anchorage.

I rigged new jiffy reefing lines for the boat based on guidance from B&B (Core Sound 17, Carlita). They were a huge success. One of the best improvements I've done to the boat. I can now singlehandedly reef both sails in under 5 minutes without leaving the cockpit.

Our second night we anchored at Lairds Landing near the abandoned cabin that at one time housed a Native American family and an eccentric artist.

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