We have finally
arrived in Cabo just yesterday! It took us over 3 weeks.
Lots of storms along the way. Very scarry at times with bigseas
and lots of
bad weather. I hear it is raining a lot in San Diego. All those
storms caught up with us. However we finally made it and I now
feel like I
can sail in just about any type of weather. The seasickness
better. I definitely feel more like an experienced sailer! The
came every 2 to 3 days or so. All we could do was seek shelter
coves and wait for the storms to pass so we could continue heading
This is the first
opportunity to do email. Mostly just fishing villages
along the way. Lots of fish and lobsters. It is amazing how
land there is in Baja! Really beautiful! The sunsets and sunrises
clear and colorful.
The dolphins and
whales are amazing. Lots of dolphins swimming along our
bow. Pictures will be posted on our web site soon.
We have hooked
up with other sailers and kind of keep an eye out for one
another. We were all heading the same route. Sometimes there
were just 2
boats and now we have about 6 boats in Cabo that we have hooked
up with at
one time or another along the way.
Gary and I all
getting use to the boat and the daily activities of setting
the sails,anchoring,making food etc. Sampson (our dog) is doing
getting his sea legs. Finally he has his routine of going to
and it is a normal activity now and easy. Of course harder when
We are not quite
sure where we are heading next. Maybe La Paz where it is
not so touristy. It is quite busy here anchoring in Cabo. Nice
to be on
Along the way
we stopped in Santa Maria Bay just above Magdalena Bay. This
was a great rest place for us since it took 30 hours of straight
get us there. We swam ashore and there were no footprints for
Hundreds of sand dollars on the beach the size of small pancakes.