TROPICAL water in CANADA?!?

TROPICAL water in CANADA?!?

welcome back to another episode of breaking waves [Music] this is beck our gene best loving fearless captain one day he convinced me to go along with him on the adventure of buying and moving on to a sailboat kiana and since then we’ve had no regrets [Music] i’m ally by the way first mate and fishing enthusiast and together we’ve been exploring the pacific northwest and one day we hope to take her home and our surfboards even further oh this is bruce our sandy boat dog [Music] thanks for coming along with us and special thanks to our patrons for keeping us going if you haven’t already hit subscribe and don’t forget to hit that bell oh my god i can’t believe this is a thing right now it’s moving day it looks like a beauty of a day i feel like we could have a good stretch of weather it might not be like summer good but like good for now sweet because right now it’s calling for 80 rain on sunday or saturday and then sun and cloud sunday clouds monday and only 50 percent chance rain tuesday and then clouds wednesday this is shaping up sweetheart got some sunshine today we’re just deciding where to go so this is the berkeley sound we’re like over here right now um we as we were chatting with saxon um benson island came up because that’s the creator spot for the indigenous history like that’s where everything started um so that would be a cool spot to go he also brought up jacques island it’s a really awesome anchorage very protected very cool apparently but you do have to enter at low tide um apparently up julia passage there’s some really great clamming oh if we go to jacques we’ll be close to the browning spot i know too if we could go in the dinghy all right so jacques lagoon it was here we go [Music] [Applause] just left benfield what’s your name really nice breeze with 50 nuts got the full mane up and the jig rolled in sunny day we attempted to fly our new drone on the boat while sailing for the first time and we botched the landing when sinking to the bottom of the ocean 200 feet deep so and we don’t have the drone for the rest of this trip and now we’re at like the best part the most drone-worthy opportunities are in front of us so we’re pretty bummed out right now what’s your name i’ll never be the same oh you’ve been chasing me [Music] [Music] [Music] it’s kind of hard to see because of the sun hey well good thing somebody’s on bow look out we’re heading straight for that pub all right channel number two to get to our anchorage there’s actually two there’s this one and this one um this one is shallower and has marked rocks and this one is deeper and has no marked rocks however our friends told us that there was a bunch of uncharted ones but we’re going with the deeper option well we made it beautiful little protected there are quite a few rocks in here so we are going to pick our spot wisely maybe even certain time we’ll see but we did it [Music] [Music] [Music] me bruce is a bit of a baby and when he gets scared he wants to be held because we’re going so fast [Music] good morning it is a rainy day here at shock island in the barkley sound it’s uh high tide light winds and this is a great jocks is a great hole to hide out from a storm and it’s a nice little anchorage but there’s nowhere to walk around and like we want to get some exercise get our feet moving so where we’re headed has some trails so we can move our bodies a bit we’re thinking either clark island or benson um we’ll show you where that is on the map but i think that’s where we’re gonna head for today [Music] look how massive this is [Music] you guys are going to take this as an opportunity to remind you that [Music] a portion of all of our patreon proceeds goes towards rugged coast research society [Music] this season and this is one of the locations that we’ll be cleaning up we’ll be hauling out all sorts of stuff like this so just a reminder that if you want to support the channel that a portion of that is going to go towards rugged coast and we’ll be getting as beautiful as the forests are in effingham bay there is quite a bit of marine debris there and although rugged coast research is going back to clean up that particular spot we could all use a little bit of help even bruce carried his own weight as he carried a fishing buoy all the way back to the boat [Music] good morning humans look at effingham in the sun this is so beautiful [Music] don’t get me wrong i will still cruise in the winter i will cruise in the rain it’s still fun it’s still great but damn it’s different in the sun it’s significantly better i know everybody’s like obviously ali get it together but i mean i’m not gonna let the rain stop me from cruising but this is where it’s at and there’s nobody in this anchorage it’s just us we’re gonna move on today we’re in effingham right now but we’re going to clark and benson two islands that kind of sit on top of each other [Music] um it’s supposed to be light wednesday and uh that place has some good beaches for bruce and some land land spots some trails um it seems like the broken group doesn’t have a lot of like beat not beach access but land access it’s quite rocky and um there’s a lot of oysters so we’re worried about popping or dinghy and it does have an aluminum hull but you know you want to be safe and since the tide changes are so dramatic here it is quite it’s like flat flat flat oysters oysters and then rock cliff so if we were to ride up on land not only would we risk getting popped by an oyster but then the tide would go out and we’d probably have like a kilometer to drag the dinghy so anyways it’s beautiful here but we’re gonna move on lots to explore started to develop some blue smoke on startup it turns to white and then kind of goes away as the engine warms up and as we are at higher rpms but i don’t take that too lately um yeah blue smoke can be big problems if not managed so it could result in some valve work next time we do a bit of overhauling [Music] i take the long way home if it meant i’d go walking [Music] if you believe just [Music] [Music] this is definitely jurassic park [Music] how deep it is [Music] oh it would be so fun to rock climbing this and then jump into the water the trees [Music] [Music] [Music] foreign [Music] we’re on benson now and there’s a heck of a lot of history here so look what i just stumbled upon [Music] the birthplace of the sea shot first nation [Music] cool this place is heavenly [Music] so we really wish we had the drone here to capture how beautiful this island is but we were just saying you know we’re gonna be able to get another drone as much as that sucks to have to buy it we did have insurance but you can only use the insurance if you can return the drone which ours is 200 feet in the bottom of the ocean at least um but the cool thing is that you know where we live is just a short probably 20-minute boat ride away from here now you cluelet anyway and then tofino is the next town over and we’re going to anchor we’re going to get a dock in euclid for a while and then come back out here to the broken group and we’ll probably have a drone again by then and so we’ll be able to show you guys all this super beautiful these beaches are amazing and the water is amazing yeah the contrast in the color like friend it goes teal to dark blue and it’s crazy the colors and the changes so i really want to be able to show you that from above yeah so we will get it it’s actually lost the drone but we’re like we’ve grieved it we’ve gotten over it we were really lucky that some of the footage the day that we lost it went to ali’s phone so we at least have that it wasn’t all for nothing and and we’ll be back here again so we’ll be able to show you guys this stuff so you live you learn we’ll have to figure out how to do a better job of catching the drone while underway or just [Applause] [Music] welcome back to another episode of how to wash your dog step one find a stick step two [Applause] thanks for watching see you next episode i take back all the time [Music] this is a super nice beach it’s like white sand look at this it feels like we’re actually in actually in mexico so after what felt like the longest pacific northwest winter we finally got some sunshine and it happened to be in a place that reminded us of mexico what a way to bring back the summer and what a summer it was going to be on the rugged coast of vancouver island [Music] thank you guys for tuning in for this week’s episode if you’re new here make sure you hit subscribe so that you don’t miss out on future episodes and if you want to see more maybe head over to that patreon page remember to hit like and don’t forget to hit that bell [Music]
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TROPICAL water in CANADA?!?

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