Monthly Archives: May 2013

5/31/2013 – Photo post: Agua Verde

Now that we have internet access again, here are some photos of places we visited on the way to La Paz. ¬†First stop after Ensenada Blanca was Agua Verde. Sometimes I feared that we might be a little close to … Continue reading

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5/27/2013 – In La Paz

Just a quickie to let you all know that we are safe and sound at Costa Baja Marina in La Paz. Haven’t written yet as the first few days have been kind of a flurry what with cleaning the boat, … Continue reading

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5/22/2013 – Catamarans, Coromuels, and chicken wings

Yesterday we made the 20 mile trip from Isla San Francisco to Ensenada Grande on Isla Partida. The night before we were invited over to Pam and Eric’s catamaran, “Pied a Mer III” to watch a movie. The boat is … Continue reading

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5/19/2013 Isla San Francisco

Yesterday morning, after breakfast, we raised the hook and motored down from San Evaristo to Isla San Francisco. The winds were supposed to be from the NE which would have allowed us to either sail or motorsail but, naturally, they … Continue reading

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5/17/2013 – San Evaristo for real

The day before yesterday, let’s see, that would have been Wednesday, we decided to leave the anchorage on the north side of Punta Evaristo and enter Bahia San Evaristo. We wanted to be a little closer to the tienda and … Continue reading

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5/14/2013 – San Evaristo, sort of…

Man! We had a seriously slow trip coming down from Timbabiche yesterday. And, considering that it was the longest leg we’ve had to make since we left Bahia Concepcion back in March, it made it seem even longer than it … Continue reading

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5/11/2013

I’m sitting here in the cockpit on this Saturday morning, watching the rising sun illuminate the other boats at anchor and the hills behind them. I’ve got my first cup of coffee, it’s 70 degrees with a soft breeze and … Continue reading

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