We sailed British Columbia's Inside Passage - a fifteen hour voyage through some spectacular scenery, mostly seen through rain and fog today. It was still great.
This mist shrouded ruin is Butedale, the crumbling remnants of one of what used to be dozens of canneries and fish processing plants along the coasts of B.C. and Alaska. This one operated from 1918 until the 1960's and was initially a mining and logging camp. 400 hundred people lived here throughout the summer months. More Info Here.
It's just approaching midnight here so I'll bid you all goodnight.