|Summer in the Sea - 2008 Part 1 - La Paz to Loreto
|Los Gatos has lovely red sandstone sculpted rocks
|Jelly fish are clearly visible on the surface
|Didn't they say the grass is always greener on the other side?
|HAPPY BIRTHDAY CASEY!
Mommy Andrea lights the candles of a really yummy
chocolate cheesecake she baked while Patrick (left)
|Yellowstone beach on Isla Montserrat offers helicopter
service....if you know the right people and have a lot of
|Looking south in Bahia de Los Angeles at the lighthouse.
Sailsoon is at anchor in the far distance
|John scales a surrounding wall to climb the lighthouse. You
come down right now, Juanito!
|Paul (s/v Tequila Rose) is either imitating the turtles or
crying out for a beer......you make the call!
|A dormant volcano on Isla Smith challenges people to
hike to the summit. Perhaps next time we'll do it!
|Hassle free landscaping......using all natural bones
Now that's going Green!
|Trophy fish tails adorn this proud person's camp!
|While on a dinghy exploration of Isla Carmen we
encountered a baby whale frolicking with the dolphins!
Photo above and below is the same whale.
|At anchor in V Cove, Isla Carmen. A delightful place but
pay attention to the clouds forming in the east. Heed the
weather reports! Chubasco winds can turn this anchorage
into a sleepless night!
|A diet of fish was common. John speared this Rooster
Fish (above) and then we were treated to a Dorado
(below) caught using a rod and reel. What treats!
|What fantasies this
yacht used to
conjure up for us!
With a few million
dollars we could
travel the world
and do all sorts of
|One of the many sunsets over Loreto we viewed while on
the hook in Balandra Cove on Isla Carmen