We then went up and around Palmer Island and straight over to Crow Island. At Crow, we ate lunch and watched a group of lobster boats working. Despite moving so slowly, they create a huge wake. They were the only thing making waves in this part of the sound. We decided that we'd camp at the southern tip of Hog Island, only a short ways away from Crow.
We loaded up the boats and paddled down to Crow Island, finding what used to be a campsite. There was a large sign posted saying that no camping was allowed. It looked like they might have been rebuilding the sites. Oh well, back to Crow Island for us. On our way out we say a group of paddlers headed towards Hog Island.
Back at Crow we called up a number on a sign on the island and got a fire permit. We buit a fire below the high tide line and then we finished off Dylan's whiskey. It was a good thing we didn't have far to paddle the next day.