We arrived to 14 LPS boats (plus 3 Fraser Squadron) -the majority already decorated- already on the docks. Once secured, we hastily decked out the boat for the (Canada) day, and I proceeded to search for 'the leak'. Well, the leak ended up being the cockpit drain hose, so an easy fix once found. The Saturday evening entertainment was watching a big old yellow, steel-hulled sailboat drag through the anchor field.... with skipper and crew (who already had paddled their tender into to the docks because the dinghy outboard was out of commission) lounging on the stern. They even feigned off warnings as people went out of their way to go over to inform them/render assistance.
Sunday had a leisurely start, but had a nice walk up a steep hillside that offered a beautiful view over the water to Cowichan Bay. I ended up turning back early -my knee has been bothering me for no apparent reason over the past week- and didn't want to push my luck. Besides, I knew the bevies in the cooler we extra cold ;^). Sunday night was a group potluck & blind wine-tasting event, with Fraser Squadron testing our match racing (sail) skills -I got knocked out in the first round :^(
The trip home was nice from Genoa Bay to Active.... helping to make up for the other day, we FLEW through. The Strait part of the crossing was very lumpy (5ft swells) with too light of wind to help steady the motion.