DAY #31 - WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12TH, 2009
We started the day by going ashore and walking the length of Mistake Island to the lonely automated outpost facing the sea.
The shores are very high and rugged in this area.
On the return we could not help but stop and pick blue berries and raspberries.
We then motored over to the Mud Hole. One has to wait for mid tide or higher in order to gain entry due to the fact that there is only 2 foot of water over the rocks at the entry during low tide. It is considered a hurricane hole. A channel cutter also came in and anchored nearby.
The mud hole is so protected that the water is often like glass.