The Baths, too much current at the Kodiak Queen, and Leverick Bay

An early start had us arriving at the Baths before the crowd, we were the second boat on site.  Lots of exploring the fascinating geological formations both on land and in the water.  By the time we were finished, there were a dozen boats on the mooring balls with far too many people for my liking.

We set sail north looking for the Kodiak Queen.  After grabbing the mooring ball, Deana and I donned our gear and set off for a dive.  It was quickly apparent that the current was too strong so we scrubbed the dive for another date.

Leverick Bay had a slip for us where we were able to top of the water tanks and set foot on terra firms again.  Sadly, the laundry and shower rooms were under construction so we weren’t able to clean up as planned.