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Lemons Way
The continuing adventures of a cruising sailor/family lawyer, his wife (also a lawyer), and their young children.
Friends From Above
Keith, late May, 2007
09/23/2007, Northern Mexico, Sea of Cortez

These are the two older gentlemen I met before traversing Punta Baja. They gave me the magic beans, two five gallon containers of gasoline. That fuel took me across the Sea of Cortez and back. The guys caught a rather large fish shortly after this picture. They offered me their catch but I declined. It seems they parted company soon afterwards, but before that happened they managed to inspire me to follow my dreams. The one on the left told me straight out that he helped adventurers as a matter of principle. Two wise angels put in my path by the grace of g-d.

San Pedro Bay
Keith - May, 2007

It was so calm, I just rowed the zodiac from the anchored sailboat to shore. It was paradise that evening. It was like there was this other magical world that exists there - and it exists even as I write this and even as you read this months or years later. All I have to do to get to this magical world is to get into a sailboat and venture across the sea or even just out of the marina and up or down the coast a few miles. The magical land awaits those who dare to discover and does not care who you are, how you get there, or the size of your boat.

Me on the sea
Keith - May, 2007
09/23/2007, Sea of Cortez

You may have noticed I'm into sunsets.


Evening, first night of second Baja trip.

Singmeaway early evening, Sea of Cortez
Keith - May, 2007


My first day sailing North from San Carlos wing on wing on the way to San Pedro Bay.
Keith - May, 2007.

As you sailors out there know, wing on wing is hard to maintain but certainly appreciated.

View ahead from companionway of a Catalina 25 Sailboat
Keith - early May, 2007
09/23/2007, Marina San Carlos

This is the shot of the first few minutes of my first solo ocean voyage. I don't even have the sail cover off because I'm just intending to anchor across the way there.


The view from the deck of Singmeaway on the first evening afloat in San Carlos harbor.


OK, this is the actual first picture, as I'm motoring out of the San Carlos marina. You can see the tetas in the background.

Marina Seca (dry marina) at Marina San Carlos
Keith - early May, 2007

Singmeaway in between more serious ocean cruising sailboats at the dry storage area before her first baja sail. GMC full sized 2500 truck used to tow the 25 foot sailboat from Phoenix to San Carlos to the right of the sailboat.


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