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Life on the Rock
Rod, Nice
05/11/2015, Whidbey Island, WA

Life is Good...... Heading north for the summer brings a big change in lifestyle. Now we are but 20 minutes from Jane's Mom & 700 miles from my folks & as they don't seem to be getting any younger we really cherish & enjoy the time we get to spend with them in the summer.
But we also get to do some fishing & boating back in the Pacific NW.
This last week found us Lingcod fishing less than a mile from our cabin at Deception Pass & we even caught fish. We had a great Mothers Day dinner with Jane's Mom of fresh fish & are preparing to head out for more.

Northbound
Rod, Warm & Sunny
04/05/2015, Isla San Francisco

After Erika left, we stocked up & headed North. First stop - Isla San Francisco.
A favorite of all who pass this way, with a great beach as well.
Here is the boat anchored in the South end of the bay with Jane & Tucker doing their thing........

Vacation
Rod, Warm & Sunny
03/09/2015, Sea of Cortez, Mexico

Erika brought her friend Donald with her for her week in the Sea of Cortez.
Here they are on board the Catamaran in Bonanza Bay on Isla Espirito Santo in the Sea of Cortez.

Dolphins
Rod, Warm & Sunny
03/09/2015, Sea of Cortez, Mexico

We had Bottle-nosed Dolphins both with the skiff & the Catamaran. They put on a nice show a couple of times.

Princess Erika
Rod, Warm & Sunny
03/09/2015, La Paz, BCS, Mexico

We just spent a great week with Erika on the boat. We saw Whale Sharks, Humpback Whales, Bottlenose Dolphins, Manta Rays, Green Sea Turtles, did some snorkeling, A-lot of beachcombing & had a generally great time with her.
We look forward to having her back next year.
A quick look at this photo & you know- Like Mother like Daughter.

Catching
Rod, Warm & Sunny
02/24/2015, Sea of Cortez, Mexico

And I'll be damned, as we passed by Punta San Lorenzo we hooked up with a small Dorado (around 5 or 6 lbs ) & had a fresh fish dinner. The other half is in the freezer for this week. We are all stoked.

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