This photo which Lynne snapped on a glorious morning in Drury Inlet graces the cover of our new guide to the Broughton Archipelago.

Blogging has fallen off the radar as Lynne and I tacked like mad against headwinds to get the new Broughton Archipelago guide ready for the 2019 boat show season.

I don’t know how many times Lynne said: “Hey, we should blog about that.” I’d heartily agree it was a brilliant idea, then promptly forget about it. There was too much to do.

After more than five months in the Broughtons for research and almost as much time again drawing the chartlets, as well as editing, building and coding the ebook while updating the other guides, we are finished (until something needs to be updated or we go to work on next year’s edition).

The new guide and five other updated guides are available from our shop. They can all be downloaded and installed on any computer or device you own. They weigh nothing and go everywhere you go.

The Broughtons will be included in our now six-guide package — no extra charge — or can be purchased separately. And, yes, it will also be included in sets purchased by Supporters.

We want to thank all who helped us build the new Broughtons guide and upgrade the other five. We are grateful to the folks who operate Salish Sea marinas and docks  and who provided us with updates and information to ensure we got things right. Special thanks to park officials on both sides of the border. Also, thanks to the many boaters who pitched in with suggestions and “heads up” alerts. Even criticism is welcome and helpful.

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. We could not do it without you.

And do drop by the Authors’ Corner at the Vancouver Boat Show next week to say hello.

Read the full post of Salish Sea Pilot.