We will be leaving today for La Paz, if we can get the bottom of our boat scraped clean. We seemed to be running about a knot per hour slower then normal on the trip up from La Cruz, so hopefully getting this done will restore our speed, and also improve our fuel economy.
La Paz is about 230 miles from here so we should be enroute about two days. If the timing is right for a daylight arrival we will head straight for La Paz. Otherwise we will anchor in Behia de los Muertos, about 60 miles south of La Paz.
Our stay here has been very pleasant. We had a change to see our friends Jerry and Sally, former cruisers from Seattle who have swallowed the anchor. They will be leaving for Arizona Wednesday to begin a one year land cruise around the US.
|JERRY AND SALLY'S BEACHFRONT|
The weather looks to be quite calm out there, with light and variable winds and a 1 to 3 foot swell from the southwest. We'll probably motor all the way.
Just a couple more pics from our Jungle Tour in San Blas. We we able to get up close and personal with some frightful creatures. I had the impression they could come right thru the fences if they took a mind to.
ANDREW AND FRIEND
I WAS NERVOUS WHILE TAKING THIS