After our difficult passage from Bahia Santa Maria to Cabo San Lucas during Tropical Storm Raymond, we were looking forward to an easier trip to Banderas Bay. Banderas Bay is somewhat south of Cabo and the total trip to Punta Mita at the northwestern tip of Banderas Bay is just over 300 miles. From there […]
Our stories and experiences are documented here. From the thoughts written during the First Time Offshore, to FAQs about cruising, to the humor and angst of day-to-day life while cruising, this is where to find our stories.
Traveling is exciting and fun, but it also raises uncertainties and doubts, forcing us from our comfort zones and into the real world.
Changes in latitudes, changes in attitude… the itinerant life continues to sand off our rough edges. Once the bare bloody skin heals over I’m sure we’ll be much more tolerant of chaos. Or just skinless. Repairs Needed, Chaos Ensues After arriving in Puerto Vallarta and finding a nut in the bilge, Jon discovered that the […]
Ship’s dog Brizo gives an account of the Mexico voyage so far.
Trials and Tribulations, Beauty and Delight along the 800 miles of the Baja Coast between Ensenada and Cabo San Lucas.
We are in a small bay next to a small village in southern Baja. Jon is setting out in the paddle board to look for hydraulic fluid, Spanish phrases on a piece of paper in preparation. We had a slightly rolling night, but nothing like the night that led us here. Imagine a dark moonless […]