Sunday, March 31, 2013

North in the SEA

This will be a quick summary as I have made a stop at Hotel Serenidad to post some pics. We are just  of south of the town of Mulege, near the Bahia Concepcion, midway up the east side of the the Baja Peninsula.

Suffice to say, the last 10 days have been a blur of beautiful cruising days and peaceful nights. We have now met up with several boat loads of friends -- they have been bumming around this beach and town for 3 weeks, so they are quickly showing us the best of the hikes, internet hangouts, and little provisioning shops. We have dined in elegance aboard one of their boat for a birthday celebration, and will probably hang together for the next few days.

We have had some fantastic sailing, as well as some long days of flat motoring. We have hiked, kayaked, snorkeled and swam most every day. We've read, cooked with gusto, met more interesting people with great life stories, and thoroughly loved our freedom and open-ended time frame. We have kept moving pretty well -- enjoyed 8 anchorages over the last 10 days.

Wonderful swimming!

I'll get some photos uploading
and try to share the visuals:

Looking into the estuary at Timbibache

Early morning kayak with amazing bird life!

Lanham hiked and photographed the red rock
formations at Los Gatos.

More photos and details to come, at our next available internet...

1 comment:

  1. We are enjoying following your adventure while suffering a raining Spring in Seattle. Happy sailing and best wishes. Craig