Ventana Bay Resort
Travel Blogs from La Ventana
... bilge pump
Make final air conditioning connections to elec. panel
Make new shade cover
Hook up Anenometer
Install new galley and head faucets
Fix handles on kayaks
Replace aft head diverter valve
Replace aft head hose to holding tank
Replace fuel lift pump
Replace Genset remote
Splice new mizzen spinnaker halyard, boom vang line and outboard lift rope
Learn how to use ssb modem for updating blog in the middle of ...
... taught me not to leave anything in plain view inside the car; so when I don't want to carry valuables I store them in the trunk out of sight. If some still breaks a window and tries to use the lever to open the trunk they are screwed. I HAVE THE LEVER LOCKED.... ONLY THE KEY (NOW INSIDE THE TRUNK CAN OPEN IT) how ironic now whos screwed...at this moment I don't want to know anything, my only thought is... fix it I don't care how just get it done. My wife left they keys ...
... Besides, too close to the border still tourist prices on Food) We continued driving, and I noticed a white Mercedes flashing high beams at me, signaling me to move over to the slow lane ( I switched lanes at 75 mph) and noticed a familiar face "Yes Juan, it was your Mom passing me by at over 85 mph." I stopped by to say hi to a friend in town ( 2 minute pit stop, besides he was waiting outside and Mom had already told him I was in town.) We headed for Wilson ...
... down close to the beach. The roar of 18-wheelers echo in the canyons as they downshift; we soon become accustomed to this strange noise that fills the night air.
That evening we have dinner at Russ and Lupe's Restaurant on the beach where we meet Ian and Ellen (Kasasa, from BC Canada) and Steve and Sue (Kashmira, from Los Angeles). Note: Kasasa means "mañana" in Zulu. Ian is originally from South Africa.
... this morning (8:30 a.m.) because our next option is another 7 miles to Bahía San Nicolás. This is a wide open bay with just enough protection from the swells. We tuck into the anchorage for the night…total distance from Isla Coronados about 30 nm.
The following morning we make a 6-hour motor-sail to Bahía Concepción, 38 nm north. The seas are calm and flat; I think we're making our own ...