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Cruising Active Transport
We left San Francisco on September 7th 2008 and are off to see the world in our Tayana 37 Pilot House cutter.
Active Transport's Photos - Isla Isabela
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Here is a view of the ranger station and bays that was taken from the cliffs where the boobies nest.  You can see the fishermen shacks on the curved beach and las monas (where we were anchored) sticking up on the other side of the island.  The ranger station was a substantial concrete building that must have cost a fortune to build out here.  It was in dire need of maintenance.
Here is a view of the ranger station and bays that was taken from the cliffs where the boobies nest. You can see the fishermen shacks on the curved beach and las monas (where we were anchored) sticking up on the other side of the island. The ranger station was a substantial concrete building that must have cost a fortune to build out here. It was in dire need of maintenance.
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