Month: April 2016

Running away?

Yesterday I had the brief thought that we had run away from home.  Of course, we brought our home with us, so maybe we just ran away.  Instead of getting up in the morning and putting on “grown-up clothes” to go to an office and deal with client demands, we had a pleasant breakfast on […]

Continue Reading

Video: Adventures in Los Cabos

Continue Reading

Adventures in Bicycling

We sailed up to San Jose del Cabo from Cabo San Lucas on a beautiful, sunny day with about 10 kts of wind.  Our guide books said it was about 30 miles, but our chart plotter had it at half the distance.  So, we were on the lookout for the entrance to the harbor at […]

Continue Reading

Video: Sailing Newport Beach to Cabo San Lucas

I finally got the video put together from our journey down to Cabo San Lucas.  I hope you enjoy!

Continue Reading

Project time in San Jose Del Cabo

Hello all. After our short stay in Cabo San Lucas, we left and headed north to Marina Puerto Los Cabos.  It was a beautiful day sail and we arrived early in the afternoon on Monday 4/11.  We decided to stop in here because what we had read about the town made it sound like a […]

Continue Reading

Adventures in Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas (really Los Cabos – including San Jose del Cabo) is where we round the tip of the Baja peninsula and head into the Sea of Cortez.  Stopping in Cabo San Lucas was a nice (and fun) break from the long passage down from California.  If you haven’t been to Cabo San Lucas, […]

Continue Reading

Sailing Log – Ensenada to Cabo San Lucas

Thursday 3/24 – Ensenada We arrived in Ensenada around 10:30 a.m. after the overnight passage (about 120 miles) from Avalon, Catalina.  We called Marina Coral on the VHF were we had made a reservation online.  They didn’t appear to have our reservation but a guest slip was available.  The marina had dock handlers waiting for […]

Continue Reading