After an excellent dive at Christmas Point (March 14, 2010), I wanted to do another of my random, no-name, don't know what to expect Saanich Inlet dives. I went across the Inlet from Christmas Point and motored North to find a landmark that I could recognise again. I saw a mini-cavern (more like a bit of a weathered hole) in the rock about 1/3 of the way up towards Elbow Point. It's not much of a landmark, but it caught my eye. The wide-angle photos with me in the overhang make it seem larger than it really was. I anchored as usual near the shore and swam straight out and down. Visibility was an amazing 100 feet. There were the expected reefs, walls and sandy slopes going down well over 150 feet deep. I went down to 130 feet, where there were a few boot sponges, but not many fish. I saw a few copper and quillback rockfish on my way back up the slope and a part of a wall covered with zoanthids. Because of my previous dive today, most of this dive was spent above 60 feet. I watched some ducks swimming around on the surface and schools of perch swimming around the bottom kelp. Overall, this spot seemed to have even less life than many other spots in the Inlet, but with the great visibility, it was hard not enjoy it anyway.