Monday, September 17, 2012


Behia De Los Angeles, or BLAH to cruisers, is where we're at.  We have been at anchor in Puerto Don Juan, about 7 miles to the east, for a little over a week.  It is the local hurricane hole.  Surrounded on all sides by land, with very small fetch and therefore almost no waves.  The water is flat no matter what the wind is doing.  This is what we have needed for the last week or so, Judy hurt her back while riding a dingy thru a patch of rough water, and has been on her back unable to move.  The quite water has been essential for her recovery, which has been progressing slowly. 

More later.


  1. Get well soon Judy. We are heading south tomorrow and hope to be in the BLA area (by car) around the 26 or 27?? Maybe we'll see you there.
    Take care.
    Ellen and Ian
    sv Kasasa

    1. Great!! We will come to the Village on the 25th and be listening for you on 68 (hope you have your hand-held vhf)on the 26th and 27th. Kasmira might be in the area then also. In any case we will be at Giermo's for lunch on both days.


  2. How goes your plan to come East?

    1. Stll on track for coming your way. We will start the moved towards the Panama Canal February. The window for coming north to Florida is mid April thru June. Probably can't move that fast, but who knows?

  3. Ed and Connie quesadaSeptember 26, 2012 at 9:59 AM

    Hi Paul and Judy,
    We are planning on heading down to Santa Rosalia after Oct. 4th. Let us know if you need anything.
    Hope Judy is doing better!! Looks like Miriam is getting weaker as it heads north, you might get some rain on this weekend but that is about it. Stay safe and hope to see you guys soon.
    Ed and Connie
    S/V Sirena