Mox woke up the rest of the crew with a shout of “Yo-Ho! Time!” and the trip continued. The Abbie cruised past Todd’s Harbor and to McCargoe’s Cove, where the boat scraped bottom without sustaining damage. They reached Minong Copper Mine’s abandoned landing where the men saw buildings still standing. As they cruised on into the cove Mox stood at the bow of the boat looking out for shoals, especially dangerous around Locke’s Point. They turned south into Duncan’s Bay, site of a mining operation in the 1840s. The men encamped, dined at about 8:30 PM, and went to sleep under a colorful display of the Northern Lights.