Just after leaving Isla Isabella, we hooked a Dorado - he was a beauty too. Just as I tried to gaff'em, it stole the hook.
|One that got away!|
We were so sorry to see our dinner swim away!
|Evergreen cruising along|
Doug hopped in the water to release the line - a good excuse to get wet – but the line had all ready slipped past us. Good!
It was really nice to have s/v Evergreen cruising along beside of us. This Buddy Boating thing definitely has its benefits!
|Sunset Bahía de Matanchén|
|San Blas Plaza|
San Blas is a beautiful old town. We did some site-seeing, shopping, and had a very nice lunch.
|Peaking into the New Church|
They are both amazing and right next to each other.
|The Old Church|
The Old Church was built by the Spanish in 1769 and was closed in 1872 and the bells silenced.
This inspired Henry Wadsworth Longellow to write the beauitful poem "The Bells of San Blas".
|Statue on the Plaza|
There is lots of excitement in La Cruz these days.
|Hanging at the beach bar with Evergreen|
There are approximately 110 boats registered for the Pacific Puddle Jump and most of them are hanging around here.
We are working on projects, attending seminars, and lots and lots of socializing!