Monthly Archives: April 2014

4/30/2014 – What’s wrong with this picture?

For all you old boat experts out there, this will just seem like a silly entry.  But try to remember the first time you took the helm of your boat and had to move it from point A to point … Continue reading

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2/25/2014 – Photos from Playa Bonanza and Isla San Francisco

First, how about some photos from our trip up from La Paz: PLaya Bonanza: Some kind of cruisers’ shrine I guess.  Maybe kayakers as it looks a little too whimsical for the average cruiser: This heron was shot using the … Continue reading

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2/25/2014 – Photos from Bahía Concepción

A very small sampling of the tents on Playa Santispac for Semana Santa: The Navy made their presence known throughout the week.  Besides this patrol boat, they had sailors and marines ashore, to keep the peace I guess. Sunrise at … Continue reading

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2/25/2014 – San Carlos

Well, we’ve been here for almost a week.  Must be time to write a blog. This next photo is of the homes on the hillside in Bahía San Carlos.  Always looks very Mediterranean to me: We moved from the bay … Continue reading

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4/20/2014 – Back on the mainland

After enjoying dinner (fresh yellowtail sandwich and a cheeseburger…we split them and shared), and a few beers at the restaurant at Play Buenaventura in Bahia Concepcion, we returned to Siempre Sabado and prepared to settle in for the evening. The … Continue reading

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4/18/2014 – Enough already!

Yesterday afternoon we had a visitor. I was sitting in the cockpit and Lulu was down below. I noticed a young lady out swimming and she looked like she was swimming towards our boat. And, it looked like she smiled … Continue reading

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4/16/2014 – Ballenas Tiburones

We moved a whopping three miles or so to Playa Coyote today to take shelter from the predicted winds from the southern quarter of the compass. There are two boats on moorings up at the populated north end of the … Continue reading

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