May 2022 was a full month of transitions; many transitions; both physically and mentally. Where are we now - as we shared in our previous post, we are back in Portland, Oregon while we wait for our next chapter to begin. When we entered San Diego from Mexico on the third week of May, it … Continue reading Transitioning from Water to Land
It is a small world after all. The people you meet sometimes closes the circle.
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
"An Adventure is the lack of stability, comfort, and security." Again, we want to start off with a thank you for our mouth-quenching beers. Well, in this case, it was cider. Rainbow Pride Ciders to be exact. Each had its own flavor that I felt represented types of love, from super sweet to spicy. Cheri, … Continue reading San Nicolas, Juanico, Coronados, Divorce, Puerto Escondido
Live slow enough and there is only the beginning of time. Follow anything in its act of being - a snowflake falling, ice melting, a loved one waking - and we are ushered into the ongoing moment of the beginning, the quiet instant from which each breath starts. What makes this moment so crucial is … Continue reading Live Slow Enough
Punta Colorada 1-2Dec We head out to Punta Colorado for a couple days to take a break from the mooring field. This is our second time at this anchorage, yet our first time on land here. Our first time here last season, the authorities of the Loreto Marine Park system had COVID-19 restrictions in place. … Continue reading Punta Colorada and Puerto Escondido, again.
Originally, we had a big write up reflecting our year (the year) and how we had coped with the pandemic. Then we agreed that it has already been written. Not by us so much but by all others that will undoubtedly revisit the frustrations and crap that this pandemic has caused so many the last … Continue reading Can we Sum Up our 2020?
Some folks have asked us what is "End of a cruising Season" - here is what we think it means traditionally and under the current circumstances. A little explanation for the non-cruisers. After a season of cruising, traditionally cruisers escape the hot summer Mexico to travel to cooler destinations or home. This year many left … Continue reading Truck’n Along and Get’n Things Done
When did it all begin. We can say it all began before we met each other. But it was apparent when it began a couple of years after we met. We'll save that story for the How It All Began tab. This being the first post, after teaching myself how to use blogger, I promise … Continue reading Where to begin