Waaaay back in the day, think late 60's, there was a group of young men who were in the hotel apprentice program studying by day, playing by night. They were in Harrison Hot Springs at the Harrison Hot Springs Resort!! Tough spot for sure...
These three date back to 1966 - they met at the resort and were all living/studying in an amazing setting.
Paul was coming to La Paz for a visit and very randomly, Karl was in San Diego on a trip from his homeland of Germany. Karl emailed that he would like to come visit while he was in San Diego.... we couldn't have planned it better! A toast to Karl while we wait for his arrival.
The three schoolmates - together after 45 years!
The Baja California Sur weather gnomes were still at it, big north winds for multiple days, not the conditions you would want to take company out sailing in. However, there are many places to go and explore! First stop, Todos Santos.
Karl, your friends back home will be jealous!
The Baja lifestyle starts with this!
The Todos Santos Inn is still one of our favourite spots.
Time for lunch and a refreshing beverage! El Truinfo is one of our "gotta go there" stops when on a land tour.
There were many moments where we asked "Dutton, where are you?!"
A break in the weather! We took advantage and headed out for the day.
Whale Shark Whisperer Graham is on board! We hope to have our guests up close and personal with these majestic Sea of Cortez residents.
We had a lovely sail out to where the whale sharks feed.
There were some sightings and swimming with the whale sharks. The winds went away so we motored to Los Lobos to anchor for lunch and a snorkel. Paul is in the groove on the foredeck.
Snorkeler in the water!
Shore party dispatched!
After a most relaxing day spent enjoying the beauty of the Sea of Cortez, it was back to the dock and the reality that all company eventually has to head home. Here Karl is as close to the Yukon as he's ever been.
Have a great flight Karl, to San Diego & then home.