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New Years Eve ... sailing into Mazatlan on a prayer and a pair of shoe laces!

Unlike the highways on New Year’s Eve, the sea off the Coast of Mexico is uncrowded.  We did not see a boat all night.

Facing a 10-15 knot head wind in our face all day after we left Chacala, about 30 miles north of La Cruz.  1,237 more words

Sailing And Cruising

Jesus is loose on my Ingrid 38. I cannot find him and I've looked everywhere!

This is a post about language and communicating between cultures.  It is meant to be frank and has some humor and absolutely no offense is intended either in the original conversations or in this recreation of them.  1,436 more words

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Barra de Navidad's 'new' beach . . . or your tax 'pesos' at work!

If you have been to Barra de Navidad, then you know, ’cause you did your research on hurricane holes, that it is seldom hit by hurricanes.  486 more words

Sailing And Cruising

Singing Lodi

John Fogerty probably wasn’t thinking of a windy day in La Paz when he wrote “Oh! Lord I’m stuck in Lodi again.”  But the catchy phrase fits the mood of sitting out a second day of blustery winds streaming down from the north.  548 more words

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