|Where'd you get those shoes?|
We were fortunate to be able to anchor for the night and explore the island!
Most of the time, the weather is too unsettled and cruisers have to sail on by.
I would have hated to miss this one!
|Mom, Dad, and Babies|
And, with no natural predators, they are all thriving and not a bit afraid of us.
|Baby Frigate and Family|
We tried to tiptoe around them, but the silly birds built their nests right on the trail!
|Male Frigate showing is colors|
The Frigates looked way too big to be nesting in those trees!
|Doug talking to the birds|
Isla Isabela is a volcanic island, with a fish camp on the south end, a crater in the middle, and Las Monas (rocks) on the east.
There is also a group of researchers studying the Boobies - a 30 year project.
You wouldn't think there would be that much to study!
|Famous explorers - not!|
We tried to hike around all of it with our amigos on s/v Evergreen, but had trouble finding the trails.
|Green Iguana - really?|
Some explorers we are!
|We deserved a break|
Did I mention that this cruising life is pretty cool? Well, it is!
Next... sailing over to Bahia Matanchen.