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At least four boats with members of Northwest Women in Boating onboard went down the Hood Canal this summer. Why did they go and what did they see? Come to our October 18 NWWB meeting and see photos of Hood Canal by Elsie Hulsizer, author of two books about northwest cruising, plus contributions by other members. Are majestic mountains, picturesque towns and inviting marinas enough to make the long narrow Canal worth visiting? Come to the presentation and see for yourself.
Elsie is a long-time supporter of Northwest Women in Boating. She’s on the Board of the Center for Wooden Boats. 20+ trips around Vancouver Island and numerous trips to S.E. Alaska inspired her two beautifully written and illustrated books Voyages to Windward Sailing Adventures on Vancouver Island’s West Coast and Glaciers, Bears and Totems Sailing in Search of the Real Southeast Alaska. And, she has ‘blue water’ chops. Moving from New England to Seattle, she and her husband sailed around, taking a side trip to Hawaii on the way.