Sunday, June 14, 2009

We made it to San Carlos!

We did - we completed our last big trip on Moondance for the season and are now at Marina Real in San Carlos (mainland).

We have a great view of the Tetawawi mountain, which is part of the Sierra Madre mountain range (We don't need no stinking badges...). Very impressive!

The journey took us 16 hours, but no problems. We motored some, we sailed some, plus tried to catch some fish - no luck. But, we did see Marlin jumping around us - what a site.

We saw an amazing sunset over the Baja Peninsula.

Followed by a beautiful sunrise over San Carlos.

Next, walking the beach in search of food and cervezas!

We will spend the next 12 days securing Moondance, plus do some tourista stuff. We are supposed to anticipate 70 mph winds - oh my!

San Carlos is heating up: 97 degrees and 55% humidity!


Jim and Heather on Meerkat said...

Good for you! Wish I was putting my boat to bed somewhere... ha ha!!! Heading around Cabo Falso in the morning alongside "Capricorn Cat". Yeehaw - here we go!!

Ness, Eric and Gavin said...

A bit surreal, the end of your first season, and the bedding of the boat. You will have to ditch the web feet for the summer eh?

s/v evergreen said...

Looking forward to seeing you at gate 11. Your turn to watch us dash about like crazies!!!