It finally stopped raining the day we had to leave Petersburg but not before Mike got in just a little more Alaska fishing.We drove aboard the M/V Taku for another overnight passage.Our room even had an opening window right on the “promenade deck.”Navigating the Wrangell Narrows is not something I would want to do with a 350 foot ship! Just look at all those nav-aids!The next morning we arrived in Prince Rupert, Canada. So far we had driven 800 miles from Anchorage to Haines, taken the ferry to Petersburg, and after arriving in Canada it’s still another 1,000 miles to go!This is how the mini van is set up when we are camping. Very comfy and so much easier than setting up a tent. Click here to see what’s below the bed. This entire campsite in Canada had been hand-raked. It looked like a zen garden when we first arrived.Made a short stop in Whistler to get out of the car and ride the bikes. Back in the US we made a few stops at the roadside farm-stands. Took a little detour so we could go across the Deception Pass bridge.And finally made it to Seattle where we will be spending the next few months.Lincoln Park in West Seattle is just down the road.