Monday, October 20, 2014

Our third summer in the Northern Sea of Cortez (picture time)

Just a quick wrap up (in pictures) of our summer in Bahia de los Angeles.  This year was more challenging with more heat and humidity and a direct hit from Hurricane Odile (downgraded to a tropical storm by the time it got to Puerto Don Juan). 

This is what it's all about.  Lunasea sailing to El Quemado
with Isla Angel de la Guardia in the background.
This was our "year of hiking" and I'm taking a deserved rest.
Isla el Pescador in Bahia de las Animas.
Three of us in el Quemado (Interabang is on the far right).
Another hike break.
Derrick is a friend to the birds, once again.  This fellow hung out on
our boat for an afternoon and then flew off.
We hiked from Los Rocas to the East anchorage on Isla (Smith) Coronado.
Boats at anchor in Puerto Don Juan, two days after Odile passed through.
What to do after the storms passes?  DINGHY RAFT-UP!!!
(photo borrowed from Del Viento)
Eleanor of Del Viento is having more fun in the water
during the raft-up in Puerto Don Juan
Ray of Sea Note sharing some words of wisdom.
This ray is jumping for joy (?)
The fleet anchored at La Gringa for the Full Moon Party
Fun with noodles while floating down the estuary at La Gringa.
(Picture courtesy of Harmony)
Terry and Diane of Harmony enjoy their floaties.
A picture is worth a thousand words.
(Picture courtesy of Harmony)

1 comment:

  1. Glad all is well and that you survived the storm. Love the fish story!