After speaking with the Marina attendant, we find that it is suggested that you anchor East of an unmarked line. So our second night here, we move a bit East just to give Kenmore Air plenty of room. I am glad they do not fly at night.
After moving in closer to a dinghy dock for Jake's ferry, we find an anchorage that appears we will not bump into adjacent boats. During the night the weather picks up with rain and winds. In the early morning I hear a crash bump bump and jump out of bed. After assuring myself that we did not in fact bump into another boat, I find that a case of Diet Cokes has tumbled over in the cockpit. What a noise!! Scary!!
Anyway after daylight we determine that the Rocna has again held fast and it does not appear to have dragged any at all even with the wind and waves. Looks as if the weather will improve as the day goes on and this afternoon will bless us with drier conditions.
Walldog, Willie and Jake