6/2/2013 – Photo Post: San Evaristo

For some reason I didn’t take very many photos at San Evaristo.  Maybe it’s because we’ve been there so many times that it just doesn’t seem like there’s anything there that I haven’t photographed before.  There is, of course, but it sort of doesn’t seem like it.

But here are the few photos I took.


I don’t think we’d ever seen the cemetery before.  It’s on the north side of the peninsula which is where we anchored the first couple of nights.

cemetery 2

Also on the north side are the salt drying beds.  Here’s a photo of the road from the village over to the north side.

Looking from the road across the salt flats to the anchorage on the north side.

Looking from the road across the salt flats to the anchorage on the north side.

A closer view of the drying beds:

From brine to bag

From brine to bag

A close up look at the bags showed that they were actually sugar drying beds.  Nah, I’m guessing they just got a good price on some surplus bags.

salt as sugar

Finally, a Google Earth shot of San Evaristo:

San Evaristo

This just shows the main anchorage and most of the village.  It doesn’t include the north anchorage.


About sryoder

Steve & Lulu... retired. Had enough of the cold wet dreary fall/winter/spring in the Pacific Northwest. Bought a boat, fixed it up, sold our home and sailed to Mexico in November, 2010. Been here ever since except for occasional forays to the States (summer only, thank you) to visit the kids, parents and siblings. If you're looking for a sailing blog, this is the wrong place. This is a traveling, hunkering in, eating blog. Sailing is just how we get from place to place when we can't walk.
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One Response to 6/2/2013 – Photo Post: San Evaristo

  1. Eric says:

    Mexico by the water looks so peaceful. Maybe when we visit Guadalajara in July-August, we will manage a side trip to the ocean. Unlike the Yoders however, we will stay far away from any beaches where bags of white powder are sold.

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