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Eagle's Big Left Turn
Join Jeanne and Tom now that we have prepared our Freeport Islander SV Eagle to sail on an adventure from the PNW to smaller latitudes.
despite everything.....
Tom
05/03/2012

I have been having second thoughts about posting these, but what the heck. these are great fish, we had a blast catching them, and even more fun eating them!






05/04/2012 | Dad
You probably got the last of that spieces in that vast ocean, not!! LOL
05/05/2012 | Joan Marie
Ooooo! I LOVE the fishing pics! :)
12/19/2012 | Paul
My lord those are some big fish.
A few shots with Lefty
Tom
05/03/2012

Just so you think he hasn't been left on the b oat, here are just a few of the adventures lefty has joined us on.


Here lefty gets to me John off of Time Piece's new pet Poppy!



Lefty at the really cool rocks at Los Gatos



Mexico's Kids
Tom
05/03/2012



We have had such a great time metting, and getting to know many of the local kids, not just in the bigger cities but in the small fishing villages as well! Here are a few of our pictures, including the young man who helped me with my bird pictures, by bringing me his chicken!! Priceless!!














Farkle Adventures
Tom
05/03/2012

Here are a few of the hilights from our traveling farkle games.












Bird pictures
Tom
05/03/2012, Sea of Cortez

Here are a few new bird pictures, above is the Gray Thraser

This is the Phainopepla



The black throated Sparrow



The Ash Throated fly Catcher



The eared grebe in breeding plummage





05/04/2012 | Deborah
Great pics! I love your bird photos. And the kids are so cute. That story about the chicken cracked me up!
Looks like you two are having a grand time.
A view from the top
Tom
05/02/2012, San Evaristo

a view from the tlop of the hill looking down on the Bay of San Evaristo. You can see Eagle, along with our neighbors Willfull Simplicity, and Time Piece


05/03/2012 | Dan
I'm pretty sure I saw you guys as I was flying back to La Paz 4/21

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