Through Surveyor and Ogden Passage, both narrow and at time shallow, we get most ragged landscape accentuated by the grey overcast sky. At low tide the rocks are even sharper.
We pass a couple sea lions, a couple whales, many otters and an eagle aerie with many juveniles getting a flying lesson or so it seems.
As we arrive near Chichagof, we encounter low depth of about 3 feet under the keel and back out of the narrow area without trouble. We anchor there amongst giant jelly fish to go check the abandoned gold mine that was operated the first half of the 20th century. Some rusted gear, collapsed buildings, rails, and trailing, but no nugget left behind.