My brother-in-law JD is my compadre for the adventure.This is the first leg of our trip. Stay tuned for the next installment.
|Here is a photo of JD and me. I'm the one on the right.|
|Isla Coronado is one of the most picturesque anchorages around. Muy Bonita.|
|Finding Isla Coronado is more difficult at night. An osprey had constructed a nest on the solar panel and in front of the navigation light.|
|A tremendous collection of beach treasures are kept in this old building on Isla San Jose.|
The structure are part of ruins from an old salt mining operation.
|A fixer upper|
|People and goats in boats It is the way of things in San Evaristo|
|This bolt should be firmly attached to the top of the main furler. It snapped (corroded). No more mainsail for this trip.|
Jib and spinnaker until we can make repairs back in La Paz.
|Paddle boards were great for getting ashore. This may be the last photo of the Uli board (foreground). More on that later.|
|Now THAT is a nice looking cactus.|
|Cactus get big!|
|Fish camp at Mangles Solo, Isla San Jose|
|GoPro sunset photo. Isla San Jose.|
|Thank you for reading my blog.|
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