Adventures of Orcinius

11 September 2015 | HOME - Vancouver WA
24 August 2015 | 46 11.4'N:123 51.4'W, Port of Astoria Marina
22 August 2015 | 46 42.0'N:132 09,4'W, 330 West of CR Bouy, Astoria
21 August 2015 | 46 41.8'N:136 13.8'W, 500 West of Astoria
20 August 2015 | 46 22.82'N:140 28.00'W, East end of High
20 August 2015 | 46 22.80'N:140 28.32'W, Middle of High Same as Fish
20 August 2015 | 46 22.79'N:140 28.57'W, Middle of High
20 August 2015 | 46 22.7'N:140 30.2'W, 675 Miles West of CR
20 August 2015 | 45 57.6'N:144 54.0'W, East End of the High
18 August 2015 | 44 38.2'N:147 57.0'W, 1000 NM to Astoria
18 August 2015 | 43 31.0'N:150 28.0'W, 1126 NM to Astoria
17 August 2015 | 41 40.1'N:153 00.1'W, 1200 miles West of Astoria
16 August 2015 | 39 30.1'N:154 53.1'W, West end of the North Pacific High
15 August 2015 | 37 34.5'N:156 00.0'W, 1011 North of Oahu
15 August 2015 | 37 04.5'N:156 23.0'W, 983 North of Oahu
14 August 2015 | 34 12.3'N:157 26.1'W, 800 North of Oahu
13 August 2015 | 31 50.0'N:158 06.5'W, 650 North of Oahu
12 August 2015 | 29 02.0'N:158 51.0'W, 330 North of Oahu
11 August 2015 | 26 32.0'N:158 59.0'W, 330 North of Oahu
09 August 2015 | 23 44.1'N:158 49.4'W, 140 N of Oahu

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11 September 2015 | HOME - Vancouver WA
Well it has been just about two weeks since we tied up to our house here on Hayden Island.

Been a busy time. First we drove up to Neah Bay where we surprised our good friends Bob and Ann on Charisma. They made land fall a week later than we did and had to put up with yet another strong front coming from Alaska but they made it in just fine. We got our crew working hard on removing all the STUFF from the boat and now stacked in the garage. They are in the process of waxing the entire outside so Orcinius will look good for the winter. We also took them to the Oregon Zoo last week end. They got to see all the animals in their habitat. They really enjoyed that outing. This weekend we will take a little drive up the Columbia River Gorge on the Oregon Side and then back down the Washington side.

Sunday after the gorge trip we are going to make a typical Fiji feast with all the stuff we can find that would be organic to them and of course with their help. We will do our best but one thing is for sure they will have the Puaka (Pork) and Chicken.

One final note, we are making the conversion from sea dwellers to land lubbers. I came across a great deal on a Prevost Motor Coach. Low mileage and in pristine condition. So that will be our ride to LA with the boys to get them on an airplane home in about two weeks. Lisa had sold her wheels before we left back in 2011 so we had to replace those and of course the coach was a little big to drive around town so we put a Jeep Wagoneer under her seat (with a towbar of course).

I suspect this blog will become a little stale as time goes by but those of you who have wanted to contact us have been able to so good luck and cheers to all.

One more thing.... you can chase down Lisa on Facebook.

Vessel Name: ORCINIUS
Vessel Make/Model: Lagoon 440
Hailing Port: Vancouver, Washington
Crew: John LeDoux & Lisa Danger
Sailing since the mid 90's. Prior to this trip, 4 sailing adventures from Vancouver WA to the San Juan and Gulf Islands in the Straits of Juan de Fuca. Bought ORCINIUS in West Palm Beach Fl in April 2010. Sailed her South through the Panama Canal and back up the West coast to home port. [...]
Extra: Lisa is the real captain. I have never been at the helm when docking or anchoring, she has a great touch to docking.
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Who: John LeDoux & Lisa Danger
Port: Vancouver, Washington