A sailboat’s just a mechanism for a journey. A sailboat is just a mechanism for a journey. To Net or Not to Net No, we are not going to talk about fishing nets or hairnets. We are going to share a bit about the use of the radio nets used by many cruisers. These nets … Continue reading The NETs
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
“Dawn comes early on a boat, ain’t that right Captain Ron? Yep, happens every morning, just about sunup." Travel from Stone Island, Mazatlan to Matachan 16-17 January Stone Island anchorage provided us a fun place for short hikes, walks on the beach, and walking into Old Town. We had a great time. The weather has … Continue reading Mazatlan to La Cruz
La Paz to Mazatlan Harbor, Jan 6-7 Chris asks Carrie if she would like to back the boat out of the marina slip. She nailed it. Let out a bit of yahoo, and drove the boat out for the next 90 minutes. We left Marina de La Paz at 1055 (10:55am) and arrived in … Continue reading La Paz to Mazatlan
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?
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