Monday, May 9, 2016

Leaving La Paz, heading north.

The very small island of Coyote.

We have been in the La Paz area for about 3-4 weeks now and it is time to pick up our things and start our slow trek northbound toward the northern sea and San Carlos.  We have enjoyed some great times with friends here and also a great visit with Tallen and Rawly.  We look forward to seeing more of our cruising friends that are ahead of us to the north as we amble along.  Here are a few pics from the last of Tallen's visit and our time in and around La Paz.

 Isla Coyote.
 Mama protecting her chicks on Isla Coyote.

 Helping out an injured Frigate bird that hit our rigging.  "Lucy" is now at the animal hospital in La Paz healing up...thanks to Marne and SV Pantera.

 With the dermatologist in La Paz to check for sun related skin problems.  Marne and I both got checked and I had two small spots removed.  Total cost for both of us...$1000 pesos, about $57.00 USD.  You gotta love Mexico!

 The small fishing village of Isla Coyote.  The family that lives here has been here for over 70 years.

 Back at the Platino movie theater with Chris and Liz from SV Espiritu

 Bret doing some modifications on the ham radio to open it up to more marine SSB frequencies.  Ya...I have no idea what I am doing!  It's called "poke and hope".

 Last day with Tallen.  He is on the bus back down to Cabo for his flight out.

 The churro man in La Paz.

Not a bad last meal for Tallen before he heads back home.

Internet will be sparse over the next 2-4 weeks so we probably will not have an opportunity to post more until later this month.  Ciao for now!

SV Liahona
Bret and Marne

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