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Happy, Busy Us!

Holy Moly! Where does the time go? I can’t believe it has been three months since our last blog post. So much has happened I do not even know how to reasonably fill in all the details. We have been … Continue reading

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Well that happened…..

  The answer to the question of “what we would do in the summer months?” was always kind of a vague optimistic response. From the very beginning of this adventure we knew that coping with the intense Mexican heat from … Continue reading

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The Drama

On April 22nd while traveling with the WWS rendezvous from San Everisto to Calita Partida we ran into a problem. The trip began with a lovely morning of sailing with full main, jib and staysail, clipping along at 3 ½ … Continue reading

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Two weeks on the hook

  It was a beautiful day to begin our journey south. Final destination unknown. We did some research, got the low down on a few good anchorages, and the skinny on the marina in Barra de Navidad. So we plotted … Continue reading

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Living life

October 4, 2015 departed Channel Islands Harbor @ 11:50 am headed for Prisoners Cove, Santa Cruz Island. Light winds from the NNW no swell to speak of. We pulled out of our slip and headed over to the fuel dock … Continue reading

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The List of 27

With every endeavor there comes a time when you have to pick up the pace and the time has come for us to get seriously focused. We are scheduled to depart San Diego with the Baja-HaHa rally on October 27th. … Continue reading

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When it is time…….

One of the questions we are asked most often is when we will be taking off. After all, we have been in the “getting ready” stage for almost two years and the boat must be ready by now. In those … Continue reading

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