The Audrey Eleanor leaves Meyers Chuck, Alaska early in the afternoon. We have made plans to meet up with the “Jenny” and her crew, the floating dentist and his wife for cocktails, but the Inn was full. Anchoring looked to be a bit precarious so we felt it was best to head for the next horizon.
Santa Ana Bay looks to be a great place to spend the night so we head north to find out. I can hear a strange sound, it sounds like razors slicing through material at a high speed…no I have not experienced that, but it’s the best way that I can describe it. A very excited Captain yells “quick, look portside!” The ocean is alive, alive with Dahl porpoises. They look like miniature killer whales and they move like lightening. They cut the water so fast that it sounds like electric knives or razors.
From the village of Fort Norman on the McKenzie River we are taking the junction at the Bear River on our quest to reach Fort Franklin on Great Bear Lake. It is about 100 miles (it’s the old days) by canoe to Franklin. This little hamlet is part of my father’s jurisdiction as Indian Agent. He has to visit Fort Franklin every few months. We are…
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