Saturday, October 22, 2011


We have left Behia de Los Angeles and are beginning to make our way south now that the hurricane season is coming to an end.  Our first stop: San Carlos.  It is about 150 miles to the southeast of BLA on the easteren shore of the Sea of Cortez.  It is also a return to the world of internet, cell phones, marinas, good resturants and hotels.  In a word: Gringo.  BLA is a wonderful place, and we look forward to returning, but its very nice to be here too.
We anchored outside the marina for the first couple days waiting for a slip to open in the very busy marina.

Approaching San Carlos

San Carlos entrance

Tetas de Cabra (Goats' Teats)

Golden Eagle

We dropped the hook next to Golden Eagle, not knowing we would soon be helping Larry and Karen on Panta Rhei tow them 19 miles down the coast to Guaymas.  His engine broke down while he was sailing to San Carlos, and Panta Rhei towed them to safety here, and agreed to take him to Guaymas later for repairs.

Towing Golden Eagle

Larry and Karen
Unfortunetely this is the last of Larry and Karen we will see for some time, as they are heading to Panama for Christmas and then thru the South Pacific to New Zealand.  We are sad to see them go, as they have become great friends, but happy for them that they will be realizing a long held dream.  Good Luck you guys!


1 comment:

  1. Love that cloud covered Goats Teats picture... -Kris