Well before dark, we were settled into an anchorage off a golf course just south of the
On our second evening at anchor, Roy and Mary came to meet us for
dinner. Derrick worked with Coronado Bridge in the late 90’s and
he has been a great friend and mentor.
Roy and Mary were very kind to loan us a car while we were in Roy . This was extremely helpful in getting
prepared for our trip to Cabo San Lucas.
The next night we had dinner with David and Jeanne. David is the owner and skipper of Siren, the Cal 39 that Derrick crewed on
in the Pacific Cup race to San Diego
back in 1998. It was great catching up
with David and Jeanne and revisiting our Pacific Cup experiences. Hawaii
After three days, it was time to move to our next anchorage, La Playa on
was more complicated than usual as
we had to move a boat and a car. Our
plan was for Trisha to drive the car to the police dock where I would pick her
up with the boat and she could help anchor.
The execution of this plan was made a bit more challenging as a thick fog
blanketed the police dock and surrounding area.
Fortunately, I had been to the police dock a few days earlier and that
experience helped me find my way through the fog. We were soon on the hook and ready to explore
Shelter Island . Shelter Island