Friday, June 29, 2015 Leaving Cabo

Woke up:                     Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Went to sleep:            Underway

Leaving Cabo 

After studying the weather off and on all night and fretting and stewing about it, Peter has decided this morning is a good time to head up the outside of the Baja Peninsula.

The biggest, scariest part is rounding Cabo Falso, just six miles north of Cabo San Lucas.  If we make it around Cabo Falso and don’t have to turn back it should be smooth sailing  the rest of the trip.

It’s 185 miles north to the first available protected anchorage.  We should be in Santa Maria, just outside “Mag Bay” by Sunday afternoon.

It’s unlikely they have internet at Santa Maria so if you don’t hear from me don’t worry.  If you DO hear from us in the next 48 hours it’ll probably be via the 6:00 news.

She’s a strong, heavy boat.  She doesn’t mind going to weather.  We’ll be fine and in two days we’ll be that much closer to home.

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2 Responses to Friday, June 29, 2015 Leaving Cabo

  1. Darlene says:

    Praying for your safety.

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  2. Lynn says:

    I’m following your journey from Cabo to San Diego with great interest. Love the pictures. Excited to read the next update. Fair winds and safe harbors!

    Like

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