Realtime Journeys

In 2011 Bob and Karyn Packard sailed the Sea Of Cortez, and, Mexico, then through all the South Pacific island groups, and finally to New Zealand. 2014 started their ashore phase, caring for homes & pets worldwide.

25 November 2011
19 November 2011 | La Paz, Mexico - Sea of Cortez
19 November 2011 | La Paz
15 November 2011 | Anchorage in La Paz
13 November 2011 | Los Muertos
13 November 2011 | La Paz
09 November 2011 | Cabo Marina
08 November 2011 | Cabo Marina
06 November 2011 | internet cafe
22 October 2011 | Kona Kai Marina
21 October 2011 | Oceanside, Ca
19 October 2011 | Shoreline Marina
31 December 1969 | Reston, Virginia

Adriatic, France, Pacific Northwest, Long Beach, Grass Valley, CA

10 November 2015 | Grass Valley, California
Karyn cool, bright and sunny
I can't believe how much we have done/seen in the last two months. In the last blog, we had returned to Long Beach for a visit with our friends the Gidleys. We had a wonderful time and took care of lots of loose ends that haven't been possible away from home. We also had a chance to cruise with them in their new power boat, Mana Kai. What a treat!

Then off for a 2 week cruise in the Adriatic. We visited Venice, Dubrovnik, Split, Athens,Corfu, Kusadasi, Ephesus, Olympia, Santorini and Mykonos. We really got a feel for ancient times and places and saw some very meaningful sites archaeological treasures. Bob even ran the original Olympic track with his knee brace on.

Then it was off to France. One of our UK homeowners has a country home in Gascony. We stayed in it for 2 weeks exploring this special area. It is not one visited often by tourists and was especially beautiful because of the fall leaves. Check the gallery for pictures.

Back to Long Beach for a couple of days to regroup with luggage, etc. and off to house sit #20. Can you believe that it has even been possible? We are on a 200 acre ranch in Grass Valley, CA. We are getting the opportunity to be real ranchers for 6 weeks. We have chickens and a rooster, a Great Dane/Rodesian Ridgeback mix, 3 cats (two who are only 12 weeks old) and a tractor. You would recently have found the two of us on the ATV, pulling a wooden cart with the garbage cans 2 miles up the dirt/gravel road to where they can be picked up for collection. All of this in the rain. We will be hardier after this, I'm sure. Lots of the cruising skills are being used here.

We will be going to be with family for Christmas and then on to house sit 21 at the Lake of The Ozarks. Soon Hawaii!

Really enjoying Long Beach and surrounds

10 September 2015 | Long Beach, California
Karyn, very hot
We have been here in Long Beach since July. It has been such a delight! The house is familiar and we have been able to visit with the homeowners, the Gidley's during part of our stay. We will be joining them on their yacht Mana Kai at the end of the month. Previous to that visit, we will be in Seattle with Melody and Jeff (Double Diamond) and Carol and Ned (Frannie B), our cruising buddies. What fun that will be. In the meantime, we have visited with so many wonderful friends and had extended time with our families. We've been to Vegas to see Jacquelyn and Parker two times and had several visits with Matthew. We met his long-time friend Amy and our cousins Jennifer and Laurel. It had been so many years since we had seen them. What a treat! They made us laugh. I got to see folks from church, from the hospital, from the yacht club. It was nice to feel like we belong again. We had several doctors/dentists visits. My Mexico crown had to be removed and replaced. Bob's knee is coming along nicely. I've scheduled a surgery that is long overdue. We connected with a personal trainer, Kevin, and have been working out three times a week. He was referred by our good friends Charlotte and Bob. He makes sure we stay humble and does the most with our aging raw material. We thank him for his tenacity and patience.

This weekend, we are going to Salinas to see my sister Judy and her new grandson, Mohammad. Her daughter Gretchen/Shaymae is married to an Egyptian man. They have three lovely girls and this is the first boy. She returns to Egypt with the baby this week. So glad we can have a quick peek.

We go back to Europe for a cruise on the Adriatic for a couple of weeks and 2 weeks in a house in France. We will be near Francois, our shared cruising crew and plan to see him. I'll choose a few pictures that highlight this special time of reuniting with friends and family. The best!

Back to Long Beach for a while

21 July 2015 | Long Beach, California
Karyn, warm and humid/overcast
Well, we can hardly believe it. We are back in Long Beach until Oct 1st. Our old friends the Gidleys are cruising in their boat Mana Kai up in the Pacific Northwest. They have been so kind to have us stay in their beautiful home while they are up north. We have stayed here for short periods each time we have come through California. It is familiar and there is even a chance we might see someone we know. We are hoping for that! We have been gone 4 years...hope we are recognizable:-) Getting in touch with old friends, going to church, getting my hair done, seeing a doctor and dentist, going through boxes of clothes mailed back along the way...All plans for our near future.

We had a wonderful sit in North Carolina and were happy that Lissa and Jeff got home from their tandem bike holiday and reunited with their furry family. They were so much fun. We have no animals here. I'm sure we will miss them.

We had a wonderful time in Las Vegas with my daughter Jacquelyn and her family. She is currently playing "SoupStar" in Menopause the Musical. We got to see her perform twice and also had some time with the cast. It was a ball. They all can keep you laughing. Saw our grandson Parker with time to play, swim and see a movie. Nice just to be able to do regular things with him, he is six. Jason's son Miles (15) arrived at the end of our visit, it was nice to see him again. He has grown and is doing competitive rowing. We hope to see him complete soon. He lives in Newport Beach.

Ray and Roz, 2nd new owners for Realtime. We get ready to leave Asheville, North Carolina for points west

04 July 2015 | Asheville, North Carolina
Karyn, overcast and cool
First, I want to shine a light on yet another new owners for Realtime, Ray and Roz. Some of you may remember the first people (from Holland) who bought Realtime, had family health issues and had to put it right back on the market without ever sailing her. Ray and Roz are Kiwis and have big plans for giving her lots of love, care, and creativity. Please give them a special greeting when you see the familiar gray sheer strip coming your way. Our thanks to Jason Brosnahan, our broker in Opua. He handled both sales and kept Realtime in tip-top shape through it all. He must feel like she belongs to him by now. He's a great broker if any of you are wanting to sell your boat. It has been a long hall for everyone. Now the fun can begin for Ray and Roz. We wish them all the best. It makes us happy to know she is in good hands and getting the care she deserves.

Our time here in Asheville, North Carolina is now coming to an end. We have had a wonderful time in this area. The home is beautiful and the animals have given us great joy. You may remember that the owners Jeff and Lissa have been biking on a tandem through Germany for a couple of months. They are very courageous people. Jeff even had to arrange Chemo "en route". We have tried to help out from this end by taking good care of their beautiful property and their delightful "animal family"; Tucker, Luna, Peanut and Lily. It has been our pleasure.

Now we head west to Vegas to see my daughter who is one of the leads in "Menopause the Musical". We look forward to seeing her perform and visiting with our grandson Parker. It has been a long time coming. Then on to Long Beach. We will be caring for our friends Darlene and Jeff's home while they cruise their new power boat Mana Kai in the Pacific Northwest. We will join them for a cruise in September and see our old cruising friends Melody and Jeff (Double Diamond) and Ned and Carol (Frannie B). It should be quite a reunion. We look forward to it.

It will be nice to be back in Long Beach to see family, old friends, and go to the doctor, dentist, church (not in that order :-). It is so generous of the Gidley's to let us stay in their home. They have welcomed us several times before while we have been on this odyssey.

Yesterday, Bob celebrated his 70th birthday. We had some new friends (retired Marines) over for lunch with good food and conversation. It was a nice day. He is aging well. He had his knee repaired while we were here and has had a good outcome. He wears a brace now part of the time for added support. We are so glad that we cruised when we did. It seems impossible to imagine doing it now. It was a good ride. We are booked with places until January. Still looking for January - June, when we can get into the Hawaii house. The researching of properties keeps me busy. Stay tuned.


We end our time in the UK and return to the US

29 May 2015 | Asheville, North Carolina
Karyn, raining
On March 27th, we moved to our last house sit in the UK in Chipstead. It is a lovely setting. The owner is a structural engineer and they have remodeled an old home on a lovely lot that backs up to the golf course. This is a young family with two children, Ashleigh and Callum. They also have a vacation home outside of Toulouse, in France. While the family goes to France, we are looking after their home and their two cats Bill and Zoe and the rabbit Bela. During this time, we are near London by train with lots of opportunities to revisit places we've enjoyed and see some more of this fascinating city. After the sit, we had a few more days, so we became more familiar with London than we might of as tourists. The gallery has lots of beautiful pictures of spring coming to this part of the world, both at the home in Chipstead and in London itself. We have seen a lot of winter, going from winter in New Zealand and Australia on to winter in Europe. Flowers were a beautiful blessing and they were everywhere. We sought them out, going to gardens, etc. We took a side trip to Windsor Castle, the countryside was lovely and the Castle a real delight. While in London, we stayed in a room in a penthouse flat. There wasn't much privacy, but it was centrally located and the owners were very nice. It gave us an inexpensive way to stay in a very expensive European City. We have used Air BnB several times now when between sits, and never been disappointed. The UK has been wonderfully welcoming to us. We have made great friends and seen so much of the country. We would go back in a heartbeat. We're saying that about winter engagements; think how much we would love it in the spring/summer/fall. Hoping some of our homeowners will have us back someday. House sitting has been a great way to be residents rather than tourists.

We were happy to return to the US. There is a lot ahead of us there. We had a wonderful house sit in Reston, VA with Liz and Gil and their pets Clay and Sammy. Gil is quite a landscaper and Liz a beautiful decorator. We were so lucky to stay in such a beautiful place, right on a lake. We loved the animals, but lost the cat the first day. Whew! we made posters, walked miles and prayed a lot. Can you imagine homeowners coming home to only 1/2 of their animals. Don't think the reference would be very good after that performance. When Sammy came home, we were so glad to see her, we cried.

While there, we took a day to shop for some new clothes. We haven't bought any for quite a while and needed to spruce up for Bob's Basic School Marine Reunion I found the closest Chico's and Bob went to Brooks Bros and Jos A Banks. It was frantic being in all the crowds. We are no longer used to that kind of shopping. It has been years since we have been to a shopping center. But we were happy with our new duds, and they fit our slightly larger sized bodies :-(

The Marine Corps reunion at Quantico was very meaningful and great fun for Bob and me. These guys all went to Vietnam 47 years ago, and most hadn't seen each other since. I signed on to do lots of jobs as I really wasn't part of Bob's military life, but I found there was plenty of use for a Chaplain. Bob & I were both shocked to see the struggles many of these men and their families have endured from their injuries, both physical and mental and from exposure to agent orange. Bob is so fortunate not to be carrying these burdens from his tours of duty in Vietnam. We've had many discussions since about just how unfortunate it is that military service during wartime actually means a lifetime of war exposure for both the soldier and his or her family. Much to think about. The people were wonderful. It ended with a small ceremony at the Vietnam Memorial in DC. Everyone was affected and they are planning a trip to Vietnam in 2016. Good job to all who worked so hard to organize and to find their comrades after so much time had passed.

We are now in the Blue Ridge Mountains in a beautiful home above Asheville, NC. It is huge, with lots of exposed wood inside and out. The owners Jeff and Lissa are tandem biking in Germany and Holland for 2 months. We are caring for their property and their pets: two Chesapeake Bay Retrievers, Luna and Tucker; and two cats, Lily and Peanut. You can see their pictures in the gallery. Once again, we love them dearly and are really enjoying them. Unfortunately, Peanut is elderly and in kidney failure, so he gets regular fluid infusions at the vet, which he deals with admirably. We take the dogs everywhere we can. They are so well behaved and lots of fun to hike with. Yesterday we went to Lake Lure and climbed to the top of Chimney Rock. Jeff, the homeowner has been battling lung CA. He is an avid biker and in great shape and making this trip has really been a dream come true for them. He had Chemo the day before they left and will have it again in Europe. Such courage these folks have.

We are happy to be back in the US. I'm especially happy to just be able to pick up the phone to talk with my kids and my friends. It really puts a smile on my face to hear my phone ring again. We are here until the middle of July and then we will be returning to a home in Long Beach owned by our sailing friends Darlene and Jeff Gidley. So we're covered until January 2016 for housing. I'm on the daily hunt to fill Jan -June. Then we can move into the Hawaii house. Who knows what adventures await us in the meantime.

Oh yes, we are here long enough to see doctors. Bob is scheduled for arthroscopic surgery on his right knee on Tuesday. You might remember he took a fall walking the dog in Essex, UK. I am having a pre-melanoma removed on Wednesday. We should end up better than new!

Aloha for now. Karyn

From Kent to Cheshire and a few places in between

16 March 2015 | Village of Manley outside of Chester
Karyn cold and cloudy with occasional sun
Hello again from the UK. As I downloaded our pictures, I realized just how many places we have visited since I last blogged. Challenges or not, we are seeing lots of the world on this adventure. We loved our time in the little village of Staple, Kent. We were halfway between Sandwich and Canterbury which gave us lots of opportunity to see interesting things. The house was lovely and the owners more than hospitable. We attended the little C of E church and also the Canterbury Cathedral. They were both moving experiences. The folks in the village entertained us and we loved the Springer Spaniel, Juno. She was so much fun. It was a nice experience, and when you look at the gallery you will see beautiful places like Leeds and Dover Castles.

We had three days between sits and chose to stop in Oxford, Gloucester and Stratford on Avon. This being the 50th anniversary of Churchill's death, we wanted to see his childhood home, Blenheim Palace.

We loved Oxford. We had a wonderful guide who took us through the University and told us how it functions here in England. It is a very interesting educational system and would be a wonderful place for anyone to be educated. Our room was right on the River Thames. Leaving Oxford, we drove to Blenheim and spent the day at the Palace. This is the current home of the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough. Churchill is a direct relation. They can no longer keep the whole place, so they live in part and have tours in the other. The grounds are beautiful and the family stories fascinating. I bought the book written by the 9th Duchess, Consuelo Vanderbilt. Not a great read, but an opportunity to learn more about the day-to-day goings on of the aristocracy here in the UK.

That night we were on the hill above Gloucester, in a lodge created from an old stone home with views to the sea. We met some lovely people and shared dinner with them. It was a nice evening. Then off through the Cotswolds to Stratford on Avon. I had always wanted to see the Cotswolds. We weren't exactly sure how to do it, but went to the first little town "I" center and got a driving/attractions map and some friendly advice. It was a very nice day and we hope to get a house-sit in that area sometime. It is beautiful. Some towns have narrow rivers running through them with little bridges all along...very quaint.

We were at a B & B in Stratford and the young woman who ran it was remarkable. She had recently lost her husband and had a 6 year-old daughter. She was trained as an OB/GYN, but felt at this time she needed to be home with Rebecca...thus the B & B. She did it right, and with her help we were able to get tickets to see the Shakespeare play "Much Ado About Nothing" or as it is more recently called, "Love's Labor's Won". The period for the play was changed from Elizabethan to Post WWI. During this year's 100th anniversary of the outbreak of war, we've seen much done here in the UK to honor and remember it. Of course we did the regular tourist things as well.

Then on to our next sit, where we are now. We are in the Village of Manley in Cheshire...just like the Cheshire Cat. It is an old farm house that's been turned into a make-shift B & B. The folks have gone on a cruise to Norway and beyond to see the Northern Lights. We have a kitty here: "Bubbles". She is wonderful and has adjusted well. We first visited the close-by old Roman Town of Chester, with its city walls and interesting architecture. On another day, some people who we met on the Danube Cruise took us to Liverpool, his home, and we had a great day with them. Yesterday, we drove to Wales. It had been on Bob's bucket list and it did not disappoint. You will see pictures of Conwy Castle and some of the countryside in the gallery. It was really amazing. We have about 10 days left here and have several excursions planned. We are seeing HMS Pinafore this weekend. Keep in touch. We're getting closer and closer to getting back to the US and can't wait. More later.
Vessel Name: Realtime
Vessel Make/Model: Norseman 447
Hailing Port: Long Beach
Crew: Bob and Karyn Packard
About: Bob and Karyn departed the security of Long Beach on 10/20/2011 for extended cruising in Mexico and the South Pacific. Although no longer at sea, they have not returned home: they are now traveling and house-sitting from wherever the invitation comes.
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Bob and Karyn retired from their jobs at the end of April/2011. They have extensively cruised Mexico and the Sea of Cortez. They have sailed extensively in the South Pacific, arriving in New Zealand in November 2013, where a new phase began. Having put Realtime up for sale, Karyn and Bob are now [...]
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14 day cruise on the Adriatic, including Venice, Dubrovnik, Split, Athens, Corfu, Kusadasi, Ephesus, Mykonos, Santorini, and Olympia. 2 weeks in the French region of Gascony, beginning of 21st house sit in Grass Valley, CA on a 200 acre ranch.
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Time to visit friends and family in the area.
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We leave our housesit in Asheville, North Carolina, go to Las Vegas to see Jacquelyn and family and begin our time back in Long Beach and the Gidley's home.
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First reunion of Bob's Basic School in the Marines. All these guys went to Vietnam at the same time. Then on to our beautiful Blue Ridge Mountain home outside of Asheville, North Carolina with pets Tucker, Luna, Lily and Peanut.
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Our last house sit in England and the first as we return to the US
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Canterbury, Staple,Oxford, Cotswalds, Stratford on Avon, Chester,Manley
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Isle of Wight, Portsmouth, Salisbury, Stonehenge, Sarum, Bath, London and Canterbury
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our first house sit in the United Kingdom
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Trip from Budapest to Nuremberg and first UK house sit in Colne Engaine, Essex
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October/November trip to family and friends including a house sit in Queens New York
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the beautiful Adelaide Hills in the spring
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Lenswood Township
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Suburb of Melbourne, Australia
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House sitting on the North Island of New Zealand in the Bay of Islands
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House sitting on North Island of New Zealand
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Leaving beautiful Bundaberg, Au. and returning to Martinborough, NZ
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Last pictures of our property on the Burnett River outside of Bundaberg, Australia
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2nd house sit in Bundaberg
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National observance of Australia's part in WW I
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Three days between house sits in Australia
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house sit on Lake Chapala in the province of Jalisco. Mexico
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We visit family and friends in Nevada and California an set up house sitting in Lake Chapala, Mexico
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housesitting in Wellington
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crossing from New Caledonia to New Zealand
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City, Botanical Gardens, Archaeological Museums, Zoo, Aquarium, Market
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taking a tour of the 1903 sugar mill still exporting sugar today
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Resort on the spot where Fijians first landed on this island
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town, harbor, market, Polynesian Voyaging Canoe
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northern end of the Tongan Islands
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Friendly people and mail!
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Island in the northern Cooks
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Mo'orea, Huahine, Raiatea, and Bora Bora
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The Tuamotos
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Wonderful little day trip
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North side of Nuku Hiva
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To the port where the supply ship Aranui delivers supplies. We need some
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A stop on the way to Nuku Hiva
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Beautiful spires and people await us
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The Marquesas
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Activities in preparation for sailing across the Pacific Ocean to The Marquesas and point beyond.
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Returning to see more of Mexico and prepare for the Puddle Jump
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Last weeks in Mazatlan and down the coast to Banderas Bay
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Matzatlan, holidays, hauling out in boat yard
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Back to Mazatlan after over a year to reconnect with old friends.
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Wrapping up our Sea of Cortez adventure
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The return trip from Santa Rosalia south to Marina Palmira
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anchorage hopping north in the Sea of Cortez
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returning to La Paz and Costa Baja Marina
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Last of the season in La Paz
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June trip to the southern Sea of Cortez
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Leaving Puerto Vallarta. Passage to Costa Baha Marina in La Paz
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Sayulita, Puerto Vallarta, and San Sebastian
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Puerto Vallarta
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Visit Mary Beth in Florida and Jacquelyn in Las Vegas
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The president and boat repairs
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artifacts and paintings from Hidalgo Museum
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many stops in between
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morning departure
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Carol and I explore the mangroves
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We finally leave Puerto Vallarta for points south
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portlights, turtle release, walk in town
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Christmas Eve to New Years with Matt in Matzatlan
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Matt comes to visit for Christmas
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South on the Sea of Cortez to Pacific Mexico
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Los Mochis and Topolobampo
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leaving Topolobampo for El Fuerte and on to the Copper Canyon
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Dinner the last night before leaving La Paz
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crossing the sea of cortez
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Guests of Boren's, SS, shopping, marina
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We drive from La Paz to Loreto and back in one day
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A walking tour
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We spend some time at La Paz in marina de la Paz
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Leaving Cabo San Lucas for Los Frailes
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sailing to Cabo San Lucas and the final event
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Leaving Turtle Bay for a 2 day trip to Bahia Santa Maria
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Our first anchorage on the Baha Haha is Turtle Bay
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First day at sea on the way to Bahia Santa Maria
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Leaving San Diego with 160 other boats
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Last minute preparation for our leave-taking
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First day of cruising Goodbye to Long Beach
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Some pictures of our preparation
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