The harbour water was a shimmering flatness this morning. I rowed over to the horseshoe to look around.It was near high tide, when the water breaks across the lower places on the horseshoe.
From the rowboat I could look across at Sandy Point Light, which guards the entrance to the inner harbour and the town of Shelburne.
A skiff was tied up at the government wharf, taking off some of the weekend campers. The government wharf is an enormous structure. It dates back to the 1940s when it accomodated Fort McNutt.
Two yachts were moored in the cove near the government wharf.
Most of the weekend campers left with the high tide this morning so they could get the ATVs on and off their boats.
There wasn't anything very dramatic to look at out in the cove, just a calm harbour and a sky of high wispy clouds.