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No Land No More
03/15/2008, South of the tip of Baja

Motored in a pond from Freiles, then turned south and met 25 knot winds from SW and the proverbial confused seas. In the usual chaos involved near a big cape, a whale played high in the air again and again. Our varying weather sources had reported a gale off CA and northern Baja coast, initially not to extend significantly to our location. Right after we left the cruisers' SSB radio weather guru said it would come further south by Tuesday. Our routing guys say yes to some extent, but manageable. Steep learning curve, crew armed with Relief Band zappers, Hannah strong as a horse. Water royal blue, Southern Cross just over the starboard spreader at night.

03/15/2008 | melinda Wellsandt
my heart raises!
go, go, go dogs go!
03/15/2008 | melinda Wellsandt
my heart raises!
go, go, go dogs go!
03/18/2008 | kas
...a little spec out in the big blue. learn baby learn!!!!
We Are Off
03/13/2008, Muertos

Very light winds, but we are going to float down around the corner to the ocean. Hasta luego!

03/13/2008 | melinda Wellsandt
woo hoo!!!!!
The Baja Puddlejump Group
03/13/2008, Los Muertos

Dinner last might with many of the group here. During the night the small transom light attracted bait and dolphins fed off the stern for two hours.

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Hannah's Crew
Who: Steve Wrye, Tracy Willett, Nolan Willett
Port: Brinnon, Washington, USA
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