This photograph reverses the point-of-view of the previous ones, showing Croker Island from the inner harbour.
We were approaching the end of a delightful 2-week cruise from Little Current to Mackinac Island and back, when we found ourselves alone in the southern anchorage of Croker Island. We set Voyager III's bow toward the shore, easing down from the stern on an anchor. We're in about 8 feet of water with good holding.
After making the boat ship-shape, I rowed out in the inflatable and grabbed this shot. It doesn't always look this tidy! Notice how the westerly winds have bent the tops of all the taller trees.
This article first appeared in 1994.
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