We made another trip to the Isla Todas Santos. This time we knew just the spot to anchor, nestled between some kelp beds in about 30 feet by the north island. The cloud cover varied, but it was warm and pleasant. At one point in time we thought it was raining, but it was a large school of small fish jumping out of the water. It never actually rained. Here are some pictures around where we were anchored.
We got to try out the snubber we made. A what? Continue reading More Island Fun and Flaming Strawberries
Ensenada is a pretty touristy place. Cruise ships arrive every weekend and lots of people from Southern California come to visit. The big landmark is an amazingly large and beautiful Mexican flag.
It is so tall that sometimes the top disappears in the clouds as seen in the following picture: Continue reading Ensenada Flag, Friends, Food, and the Five-Hundred
We had a great time in Dana Point on Sunday. We had a nice lunch at RJ’s CafÃ© on the corner Golden Lantern and Dana Harbor Drive. We like RJ’s for several reasons. For example: Continue reading Dana Point Visit and Land Sea Ratio