Later, I put the final coat of varnish on the port caprail and pulled the tape (cruising = working on your boat in exotic ports). Then we relaxed until mid-afternoon when we hoisted anchor and motored off for Olympia at the south end of Budd Inlet. This is the southernmost anchorage in the South Sound, and is also, completely coincidently, the capitol of the State of Washington. In fact, as soon as we turned left into Budd Inlet proper, the capitol dome was visible in the distance.
But the huge yard filled with logs waiting to be loaded onto a ship was also illuminated, and the work there continued all nite. This did not contribute to my personal sawing of logs.