During the Port Townsend Wooden Boat Festival this past September, we had the honor to meet another crew member of the Ursa Major, Molly Brooks, from the early 1990s transit through the Panama Canal. (For Part 1 of the adventure, please visit the previous blog entry from March 2017 by clicking HERE.)
Molly was the chef during the Panama Canal transit and subsequent adventure to Seattle, Washington, and visited the Ursa Major during the festival to meet the current owner and crew of the Ursa Major, and see how the Ursa Major had changed (and stayed the same!) since her time aboard in the early 1990s.
Following the festival, Molly was kind enough to send us her collection of photos from the trip, which began for Molly and the rest of the crew in Calon, Panama, and continued on through the Panama Canal from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean, and up the West Coast of North America to Seattle, Washington, with stops in Acapulco, Mexico, Manzanillo, Mexico, and San Diego, California.
Enjoy the photos, and thanks again Molly for sharing your collection with us!