|Sunset at Tin Can Bay|
By now you would think that we would have had enough dolphin action - but NO - we were up early on Monday morning for the daily "WILD" dolphin feed which happens at the boat ramp just down the road from the marina. Apparently the dolphins have been coming into this cove since the early 50's and enjoy both the human interaction plus the good feed of fish. Late in the morning we headed off to Gary's Anchorage which is a lovely little spot up the Great Sandy Strait.
|WILD Dolphin Feed at Tin Can Bay|
Tuesday morning we woke to a very foggy Gary's Anchorage which is a little eerie. We will be leaving here around 11.00H in order to meet the high tide as we approach the shallowest point of the Sandy Strait - luckily we have a high tide of around 8ft today so we should have plenty of clearance under the keel (we hope!)
|Foggy start at Gary's Anchorage|