Visit to Texas.

These last few weeks have been busy with more boat prep, planning, socializing, halloween’ing, and of course more eating!! We also squeezed in a flight to El Paso, Texas to visit Scott’s family. We became official residents there as well, complete with new driver’s licenses. Monday, 11/1, we will head South, 750 nautical miles to Cabo San Lucas, stopping 2-3 times along the way for the night. We will sail with the BajaHaha Rally with 190 other sailboats. Each boat has 3-8 excited sailors anxiously waiting to depart. Our Hobie friends Andrew and Jane will join us for this fun adventure. After that, we may head up to La Paz or cross to Mazatlan or Puerta Vallarta (depending on the wind) then on South to Barra Navidad. Our kids and Kathy’s parents will fly down to visit us. Our playground will be the beautiful waters and anchorages of Mexico for a year or two.

Pictures tell it all, last days in Ensenada.

“What have we been up to these last 2 weeks?” Pictures tell it all! Mainly eating well, enjoying retirement, sailing, eating well, hanging with new friends, fishing, eating well, boat projects, and loving life on the water.

Loving our life!
Kathy’s birthday celebration with great new cruising friends, many who have plans to circumnavigate as well.
Brand new Lithium batteries! Scott installed and programmed these which will give us 860 amp hours of power.
Another fun dock party!
Scott’s annual bacon wrapped shrimp. He has been bbq’ing these the last 6 October’s at our Hobie regatta in Puerto Penasco, MX.
It’s complete! The most difficult and challenging sewing project to date. The dingy Hapalon needs to be protected from the intense heat and sun of the lower latitudes.