|Our exploration vehicle at the dock.|
The 1994 Catalina 42 Mk 1, Jah Mon, was our home away from home. Very comfy. We mostly motored but had a couple good sailing runs that make it much more relaxed than listening to the iron spinnaker (the diesel). We tried to keep our daily moves under 25 miles and mostly did so.
|Map available at the Roche Harbor Hotel or maybe the Grocery Stroe.|
|JP and SJ check out the target, up behind a tree from the #6 tee box.|
'Thrusters ' left on stump by us. One ‘3’ and two ‘2’s
|Dock we accessed the park from. Jah Mon tied to dock.|
|Anchorage in Port Browning for the Pender Island Disc Course.|
|Course Map, worth the $20 taxi ride to the course.|
|SJ teeing off on Hole 1. 9 holes of tonal targets on top of a huge rock!|
|Hole # 5 tee board/rock with art stones.|
JP and SJ walking to their throws.
|#14 is the longest hole on the course.|
This park is one of our favorites and has something for everyone.
|Entrance to Japanese Garden, VERY worthy of viewing.|
Donations keeping it very serene!
|Horse shoes available by pits. Other amenties include a putting practice green, swings, zip line, picnic facility, baseball field, etc....|
Queen Elizabeth Park,
|Our path sailed across the Straits of Georgia on a glorious day of sailing. Arrived at the False Creek Yacht Club|
around 11:00 AM. Most excellent location!
|Sign and Hole #1 are near the lily pad pond|
|SJ, JP, and LD watching the cricket match at Stanley Park.|
|We motored out of Vancouver, north of Keats. ETD around 11:00 and ETA around 14:00 at Plumper Cove Marine Park.|
|Where we got a mooring buoy at !|
|We just missed seeing a pod of whales swimming by while we were playing this course.|
|An unusual tonal target. Labels on targets, note #7 at top.|
|Another good day of sailing with a north breeze. Whiskey Gulf was active, just to the right of our path.|
Not a good place to stray on that day. Torpedoes were being tested.
|36 tees, 18 targets + practice targets. Amazing park!|