Monthly Archives: November 2013

11/28/2013 – Seconds-worthy

Our first Mexican Thanksgiving was spent sailing down the Pacific coast of Baja California, snacking on crackers and cheese instead of turkey and taters.   Our second Mexican Thanksgiving was spent with a bunch of other cruisers in La Paz … Continue reading

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11/27/2013 – Rerigging

My main big job on the to-do list for La Paz was to replace all the standing rigging on Siempre Sabado.  For those not in the know, “standing rigging” is the array of wire cables and fittings that hold the mast … Continue reading

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11/27/2013 – And just like that, it’s over.

Summer, that is. Yesterday morning it was summer.  By late afternoon it was fall.  How to tell the difference?  By late afternoon long pants actually felt better than shorts.  Been awhile since that’s been the case.  Anyway, looks like summer’s … Continue reading

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11/17/2013 – Bangers and Peppers and Mash

It’s pretty apparent that I’m not really into blogging these days.  Sorry about that but it just doesn’t seem like we’re doing anything blog-worthy.  Not that were not doing anything, we are.  I’ve been changing out all of the standing … Continue reading

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11/2/2013 – Paralysis

Getting underway should not be such a big deal.  After all, it’s not like we were getting ready to head up the Pacific coast, or crossing the Tehuantepec, or even cruising up to the islands.  No, we were just getting … Continue reading

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