To Keswick Island

To Keswick Island
 
 
 
 
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We got up this morning to not a breath of air over Refuge Bay.
 
 
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Yet again we added zero for wind speed in the logbook.
 
 
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We only had a short motor to St. Bees Island.
 
 
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Soon Refuge Bay and Scaw Fell was getting smaller.
 
 
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Aspatria Island to the left, St. Bees in the middle and Keswick to the right.
 
 
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Ahead, between St. Bees and Keswick we could see one of the anchorages.
 
 
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We left the isolated danger marker behind – a very popular spot for fishing.
 
 
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We headed over to anchor behind the yacht on the left of the group.
 
 
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Soon settled, Bear launched Baby Beez.
 
 
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Looking toward the bottom of St. Bees (on the left) and Keswick, it looks narrow but it is actually a deep, navigable channel.
 
 
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Tucked in I was keen to see what the sign says.
 
 
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Our four neighbours. All we could hear were hundreds of fruit bats.
 
 
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Looking out the way we had come. Time to go ashore for a bimble.
 
 
 
 
ALL IN ALL BARELY A RIPPLE FELT 
                    A SHORT, LITTLE HOP