She didn’t sink after all! Good to see her again.
I heard they found her around Monk’s rock.
In case your not aware of what happened?
This boat overturned a few days ago in a strong NW wind. Everybody on board was OK!
They had a satellite signaling device . The Coast Guard was relayed the distress signal and they rescued them!
The snow added a nice touch.
No injuries reported. Just Hypothermia.
The wind yesterday was screaming in from the North West and it looks like it caught The Miss Karen!
Glad to hear no one was injured!
I do not know if she sank or not?
Will update accordingly!
I had a busy day today.
I went up in the morning on a Aerial shoot and than later in the afternoon ,shot a Christmas card for a local environmental group. We went out to Stubbs island to do that.
Than I went out on my own as usual.
In total ,I took 750 shots today. I think thats a record for me!
I’ll sleep good tonight.
This is the Miss Karen and she was heading out,but not before one of the guys climbed up to release the poles.You can see him up there if you look closely.
I followed them after they headed out of the harbour.
She got her poles out and started to head out to open water.
The kayaks were heading west to Medallion beach on Vargas Island and the Miss Karen looked like she was going out to open water.
There must of been about a dozen kayaks in the group .They were all going over to Vargas island for the night.
The Miss Karen was heading away to the SW. I’m looking to the south.
The Miss Karen was coming back into the harbour after sunset. The structure on the left is a old fish processing plant.
The Miss Karen was heading out of the harbour to the north.
I waited for her to cross in front of the mountains. I needed them for the background.
The Miss Karen was coming into the harbour at sunset.