Category: Throwback Thursday

#TBT: Wild Lake Williston

From the August 2003 issue of 48° North by Andre Vryheid Exploring British Columbia’s largest body of water in a 17′ Siren sailboat, following MacKenzie’s route of 1793. I purchased a 17-foot Siren eight years ago. Since then I have been exploring progressively larger lakes as well as many of the...

#TBT: GUNKHOLING: Shaw Island

From the June 2004 issue of 48° North by Jo Bailey and Carl Nyberg Finding the most beautiful island in the San Juans to cruise to is an almost impossible choice—they’re all so fantastic. But if peace and quiet is a must, along with natural beauty, then you’ll enjoy anchoring in a...

#TBT: The “Goldfield”

    Story and Photos by DOC DOOLITTLE Anyone who traverses the water of Lake Union between the Gasworks buoy and the University Bridge has surely noticed the stately grey schooner, Goldfield, proudly flying a colorful array of “flags of the day.” As she sits at her mooring looking...