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Broughten Island

Three days after leaving Bedwell harbor, we pulled into Broughten Island, B.C. in Queen Charlotte Sound. Our first real rest stop on the way north, and everyone was anxious to slow down and enjoy the beautiful country we had been flying by.

The channel navigable only at high slack or close to it, lets us into Booker Lagoon; a large, quiet body of water used in the past for logging camps, fish and Oyster farming, is now left to nature and cruiser’s. There is a pair of nesting eagles high in a cedar snag over the anchorage. (It’s been there since my first visit 27 years ago.) Nice to see the bay left to the eagles.

Ambidextrous navigates the narrow channel into Booker Lagoon.