Monthly Archives: July 2011

7/23/2011

Just a quick note to let you know we’re still alive and kicking. When we were in Loreto just last week, we were broiling in the heat and thinking that maybe the cruisers who return “home” every summer weren’t such … Continue reading

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7/16/2011 – Loreto to San Diego

Note: Some of the details in this entry is specifically for fellow travelers who may follow in our wake. After our 3-day (mas o menos) stay in Loreto, we boarded the bus for Tijuana. The one we chose was scheduled … Continue reading

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7/14/2011 – Loreto Interlude

We’re getting ready for a multi-week visit to the ol’ US of A. We’re taking the ABC bus from Loreto to Tijuana and then a Greyhound from Tijuana to San Diego. From SD, we’ll fly to Portland, OR. We’d visited … Continue reading

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7/8/2011 – Big fans of little fans

When I got up this morning at 7:15, it was already 86 degrees in the cabin. Right now, at 6:47 PM, it’s 92 degrees in the cabin and 100 degrees out in the cockpit. The relative humidity is around 80%. … Continue reading

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6/28/2011 – actually 6/27/2011

NOTE: This is the last of the previously-written blog entries. After this, we’ll be in “real” time again. For the record, as I said yesterday, Lulu is all better now. We went out to dinner for our 34th anniversary last … Continue reading

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6/28/2011 – actually 6/26/2011

NOTE: This was written over a week ago. I’m posting it mainly for continuity and as a historical record. As of several days ago, Lulu is fine! She’s feeling much, much better, has her appetite back and everything. So, no … Continue reading

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6/28/2011 – Fishing trip, part three

Saturday (6/25) morning, after pancakes for breakfast, we hoisted the anchor and got underway. The charged-up house batteries managed to keep the windlass running nicely and we got all 200′ of chain aboard with no problems. Jay rigged up the … Continue reading

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