Adesso - Not Lost, Just Wandering

18 December 2013 | La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Nayarit, MX
15 December 2013 | La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Nayarit, MX
14 December 2013 | La Cruz de Huanacaxtle
13 December 2013 | Marina Riviera Nayarit, La Cruz, MX
10 December 2013 | En route to La Cruz de Huanacaxtle
09 December 2013 | Punta de Mita, Banderas Bay, MX
08 December 2013 | Punta de Mita, Banderas Bay, MX
06 December 2013 | Punta de Mita, Banderas Bay, MX
05 December 2013 | Punta de Mita, Banderas Bay, MX
04 December 2013 | Punta de Mita, Banderas Bay, MX
04 December 2013 | Banderas Bay, Mexico
03 December 2013 | Pacific Ocean enroute to Puerto Vallarta
28 November 2013 | Mazatlan
27 November 2013 | Mazatlan
25 November 2013 | Marina Mazatlan
24 November 2013 | Entering Mazatlan
23 November 2013 | Pacific Ocean en route to Mazatlan
22 November 2013 | Pacific Ocean
20 November 2013 | San Carlos & Sea of Cortez

Rested and Reconnected

25 November 2013 | Marina Mazatlan
Beautiful - as always
Rarely have we encountered such friendly strangers. Everyone on Dock 6, has stopped by to welcome us, give us local information, and invited us to the daily “Safety Meeting”. The daily Safety Meeting appears to be a thinly veiled excuse to put folding chairs on the dock and enjoy good companionship and adult beverages.

Now rested from our passage, we met our friends from Hilbre, Lunacy & Traveler, plus some new friends, at the Isla Palapa for an evening of live music, food etc. We had 4 fish tacos for $8. Yummy. John, from Hilbre, snagged for us a copy of a booklet with Mazatlan resources including details of the bus schedule. The bus system here is excellent. Cruisers that have cars here, leave them parked and take the bus for errands. For 50 cents each we can ride anywhere in Mazatlan. Unless, we want to take the luxurious tourist bus, with air conditioning and (sometimes) videos playing. The tourist bus costs an exorbitant 70 cents.

We gathered, with our friends, for dinner at a local restaurant, where it was immediately apparent that the building codes are more relaxed south of the border. The electrical outlet box was nailed to a tree trunk, as shown in the photo.

It’s a Wonderful Life – On Adesso!
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Vessel Name: S/V Adesso
Vessel Make/Model: Brewer 42
Hailing Port: Seattle
Crew: Lane & Vicki Scott
Extra: "Adesso!" means "Now!" in Italian. Why Adesso? Because we finally left in year 11 of our 5 year plan!
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About Us

Who: Lane & Vicki Scott
Port: Seattle