Thursday, April 14, 2016

Collage of our time in Pacific Mexico.

As we fuel up and prepare to leave the Mexican Riviera and cross back over to the Baja side in the Sea of Cortez we have a lot of great memories.  Here is a spackling of pics in no particular order from our time here on the Pacific coast of Mexico.

 The captain with a coconut rodillo.

 Sierra for dinner.

 Other cruisers helping us try to unwind our chain that was tangled up on an old anchor at the bottom of Mazatlan harbor.

 Blue footed bubi at Isla Isabel

 ...and a yellow footed bubi that was happy to hang out with the old crazy guy.

 Watching the sun go down in Mazatlan

 Marne and her "experience" with the pilot whale

 The Broesder visit. Good times!

 The captain learning the churro trade in La Cruz

 Twin head sails on the way back from Isabel.

 Renna in the hammock at Chacala

 Isla Isabel, the Galapagos of Mexico

 Isla Isabel

 The Broesders coming aboard

 Kid boats.  We love 'em!  SV Agamere

 The Broesders on Isabel

 Chacala.  One of our favorites.

 Mexicans are colorful people.

This is a serious "boat bite".  Marne poor toe.

 the very typical but never taken for granted end of a day in Mexico.

See you on the other side.

SV Liahona
Bret and Marne

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