Casa de Tortugas
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Well here we are again in Chacala, Nayarit. Its great to be back in Chacala, the town, the beach, the fellow travelers, its all great. We pulled into town last night around 5pm, hit the beach, set up camp, and had a delicious fresh fish dinner, thanks Cathie, and all the Chef helpers.
Today was pretty much R n R. Cathie got Diane, a friend we met last year, to check our lap top, she said the hard drive is working ...
... many are painted bright colors or are architecturally striking.
After getting everything put away on the boats, the crews of Unleashed and Winterhawk launched their dinghies and headed for shore. Another wonderful thing about Chacalla is there is no need to land a dinghy through the surf and breaking waves. There is a little bight on the backside of the point that is completely free of surf. You have no idea how much ...
... to buy fish and veggies for dinner, playing bocci ball, doing some whale watching, walks and swims with Kona, wave counting and boogie
boarding. The waves were a little bigger here, so we were able to perform some of our more advanced tricks. I remember riding one wave, I looked over to see if Cathie caught it, and all I saw was her legs pointing sky high!!. I don't think I'm ready to try that kind of trick yet. Well done Cathie!!
This morning at 5 am, Kona started barking, I ...
... visited for quite some time while she worked on the lock. I thought they were discussing lock parts, but later found out they were discussing cactus leave recipes. This lady seemed to be the social coordinator as every vehicle going by had a greeting and message for her. She wasn't having a lot of luck with the lock but it was interesting to watch her work on it, trying to get it to turn, but also not forcing it to hard to damage it. She said ...
... other side of the wave everything was flat and brown; as if there were no water in the bay. We radioed the port captain and were told there was still enough water in the bay to navigate, but that the tsunami surge was filling and empting the bay in rapid cycles causing a standing wave, like you would find in a man made wave pool. It was churning up the sand on the bottom causing it's brown color.
Fearing the entrance may have shoaled and the ...