|Entrance to the Beagle Channel... We have arrived.|
|Climate change IS Happening!|
|Earning serious boat Karma|
|Views upon views.. We have soooo many pictures like this.|
|Very early departure from Caleta Olla. Ushuaia here we come!|
|Beagle Channel... Scariest place to sail in the world... Really???|
|Yup... They are still attached. Sadly we aren't going to Ushuaia...|
|Surprisingly we have no pictures of when it got ugly... You'll just have to trust us.|
|If it looks like this... Don't try to go into the harbour no matter what they tell you.|
|Really... We promise... It did get rough...|
We officially cleared out of Chile yesterday and headed back up the Beagle Channel 25 nm to Ushuaia in Argentina today. It’s a bit rough in the marina where we are currently moored as we are rafted 4 boats deep off a big wharf in a pretty exposed harbor, but it’s OK. We’ll stay for a few days, then return to Puerto Williams on the weekend and re-check into Chile so that we can start the clock on our temporary boat import permit again, which is the whole reason we sailed down here in the first place.
So we made it to the THE END OF THE WORLD. But what happened to the middle? As we didn’t write much about our travels within the Patagonian Channels on the way down, we’ll spend the next few blog posts going back in time and filling in some of the gaps (with pictures, of course).