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November 5-13, 2021 ~ A sailboat is a mechanism for transferring the motion of the wind into the motion of water. The wind pushes the boat, the boat pushes the water. ~ https://videopress.com/v/EQDrX7tn?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true A glorious time with these magnificent creatures. Part one of two. https://videopress.com/v/LX6mQw9y?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true Part two. The smaller fish attached to the one dolphin … Continue reading San Marte, San Francisco, Partida, and La Paz
Two-plus weeks remaining of our first sailing season Punta Trinidad It's June 22nd and after a 43 nm day, we drop the hook in Punta Trinidad. We planned an overnight at this halfway point between Santa Rosalia and our San Francisquito so we were not sailing through the night and chance upon experiencing the evening … Continue reading Almost There!
June 2020 Bahia Concepcion (Conception Bay) is a long bay located in the extreme north of the Baja California Sur. It is home to a handful of spectacular coves that will meet any traveler's delight. Cruisers, both auto and sailors, find Bahia Concepcion to be a treasure far from the beaten path. Bahia Santo Domingo … Continue reading Bahia Concepcion-Baja California Sur
Puerto Don Juan Puerto Don Juan is one of the best natural harbors on the peninsula for vessels to hide from storms; or in our case during the pandemic, be pretty much by ourselves. Just 5-10 nm south of Bahia Los Angeles, this deep cove provides a breeze to keep you cool, warm water to … Continue reading Puerto Don Juan and Bahia de Los Ángeles
Santa Rosalia was a major stopping point for us as we made our way north up from the middle to the northern Sea of Cortez. Hm... How to best describe this from our point of view ... ? I'd guess I'd say that you do step off a little bit into the more rural waters … Continue reading Sweet Santa Rosalia
April 2020 La Cruz goes on Lockdown We had spent a long month in Marina La Cruz doing our best to socially distance ourselves. There was one eerie night where the local bars and restaurants suddenly went quiet after the local policia had made their rounds. You can usually make out which bar is playing … Continue reading La Cruz to Caleta Lobos (Southern Crossing)
Catching up with Dharma Girl February 2020 We’ve done a lot of backtracking so far with our blog; so I thought I’d post and do some catching up in a vain effort to keep us as current as possible. We’re back in Banderas Bay, anchored in the cruiser anchorage at La Cruz just outside the … Continue reading La Cruz to Las Hadas and Back, (except for Barra)
Turtle Bay to Bahia Santa Maria We left Turtle Bay on a bright sunny morning, all set to go with the fleet under a Spinnaker Start. The Latitude 38 host boat, Profiligate, is a big Ocean 60 Catamaran. They leave a little ahead of everyone else and position themselves in order to take pictures of … Continue reading Baja Ha-Ha: Bahia Tortugas to Bahia Santa Maria, then onto Cabo San Lucas
This was a relatively low key set of days for us. We were basically motor sailing our way south and clawing our way back into the rear of the rest of the Ha Ha fleet, who had gotten a days worth of sailing done in front of us. I don’t recall a whole to going … Continue reading San Diego to Bahia Tortugas: Leg One of the Ha-Ha