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Traveling the South Seas

19 November 2013 | 20 41'N:105 17'W, Paridise Village
18 November 2013 | 20 41'N:105 17'W, Paridise Village
17 November 2013 | 20 41'N:105 17'W, Paridise Village
16 November 2013 | 20 41'N:105 17'W, Paridise Village
15 November 2013 | 20 44'N:105 22'W, San Carlos
14 November 2013 | 21 09'N:105 13'W, Chacala
13 November 2013 | 21 09'N:105 13'W, Chacala
13 November 2013 | 21 19'N:105 37'W, 24 long miles from Chacala
12 November 2013 | 22 16'N:107 53'W, Nelda and Al go batty 150 miles offshore
12 November 2013 | 22 23'N:108 14'W, Sea of Cortez
10 November 2013 | 22 52'N:109 54'W, Cabo San Lucas
10 November 2013 | 22 52'N:109 54'W, Cabo San Lucas
08 November 2013 | 22 52'N:109 54'W, Cabo San Lucas
08 November 2013 | 22 52'N:109 54'W, Cabo San Lucas
06 November 2013 | 23 43'N:111 06'W, 30 miles of the Baja Coast
05 November 2013 | 24 77'N:112 25'W, Bahia Santa Maria
04 November 2013 | 24 77'N:112 25'W, Half way to Cabo
03 November 2013 | 25 12'N:114 59'W, Sixty miles off the Mexican coast.
03 November 2013 | 26 37'N:114 09'W, Beach party at Turtle Bay
01 November 2013 | 27 40'N:114 52'W, Beach party at Turtle Bay

Sea Life

10 June 2012 | 17 29'S:149 51'W, Four feet below sea level
Larry
After spending a wonderful night listening to the gentle waves lapping against Diamond Girl and dreaming of large portions of Canadian food, we decided we were doing water sports today. We carry a small diving compressor that allows us to clean the bottom of the boat. It is a simple device with a Honda motor that runs a compressor and pushes the air done two yellow hoses to diver regulators. It lets two people dive down to about 40 feet. We loaded all the snorkel gear in the dingy and motored about 100 yards towards the shore. Rebecca and I used the compressor and Lilly snorkeled. Todays pic is of Lilly, she swims like like a fish in the water we all had a great time. We saw feather dusters growing out of live coal. It is called worm rock. There were hundreds of fish and live coral. It was interesting how most of the coral is drab brown but every so often you come across a piece that is a vivid purple or bright green. Today is the first day we have had a afternoon shower. It really felt good and the sun was out a few minutes later.
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Vessel Name: Diamond Girl
Vessel Make/Model: Beneteau 393
Hailing Port: Bellingham WA
Crew: Larry, Nelda and Al
Home Page: http://www.sailbogs.com/member/diamondgirl/

Mexico here we come

Who: Larry, Nelda and Al
Port: Bellingham WA