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    Re: 5 day pics
    From: Dan Allen
    Date: 2003 Jun 13, 18:37 -0700

    On Friday, June 13, 2003, at 12:44 PM, Royer, Doug wrote:
    
    > What is the surface water temp. in the area you guys transited?
    
    We did not measure it, but generally it is 48 degrees Fahrenheit in the
    winter to 59 degrees in the summer at the maximum.  It can get quite a
    bit warmer in the summer in the area called Desolation Sound due to it
    being a "null zone" between the Northern and Southern flows of water on
    the east side of Vancouver Island.
    
    > What is the usual range of tide?
    
    10-12 feet.
    
    > Are the fairways usually that deserted at this time of year?
    
    Friday afternoon through Sunday night things are quite busy.  Weekdays,
    things are quite different, quite deserted.  My friend said that once
    you clear Vancouver Island going North you enter a different world, a
    world almost completely empty of traffic, other than the occasional
    cruise ship.
    
    I can't wait to go farther!
    
    Dan
    
    
    

       
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