Saturday, December 15, 2012

Tenacatita and Cuestecomate

Tenacatita was an overnight sail/motor from LaCruz.  We are early in the season for this anchorage and there were only 2 other boats.  One of them by chance was also from Sausalito.  We had a great visit with  "Good Karma".  Lunch was enjoyed ashore with Harry and Lina and wine was consumed in the anchorage.

We look forward to exploring more of Tenacatita when Bryan comes to town.

Cuestecomate is a small "secret" anchorage just 12 miles South of Tenacatita.  We were the only boat there for two days and the clear water invited great snorkeling.



Our crew: Spot and Piggy (an egg timer) that keeps us company and awake when alone on overnight passages.

Street view one block up from Cuestecomate beach

Colorful paintings on the wall of an artists home

Shindig, the only boat in anchorage

Giant Pufferfish - we saw Yellow ones, too

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