SV Scott Free

This life isn't a dress rehersal, live it to it's fullest

20 November 2014 | La Paz
30 May 2014 | La Paz
14 April 2014 | La Paz
20 March 2014 | Everett, WA
30 January 2014 | La Paz
21 January 2014 | La Paz
07 November 2013 | Everett
08 September 2013 | Everett
29 May 2013 | La Paz
07 May 2013 | Everett
03 April 2013 | Vancouver WA
12 March 2013 | Bahia Falsa
05 March 2013 | Bahia Falsa
03 March 2013 | La Paz
27 February 2013 | La Paz, Mx
12 February 2013 | Everett
13 January 2013 | Everett
08 January 2013 | Spokane, WA
12 December 2012 | La Paz
05 December 2012 | La Paz

Moving north

12 March 2013 | Bahia Falsa
We leave in the morning for Islands and anchorages north. The norther seems to have pasted and we are finishing up items that needed internet connection so we can spend a few days dis-connected. Between La Paz and Loreto there are no cell phone towers that sends the signal as far as the water as they follow Mexico 1 inland so we go quiet for a few days of travel.

For the next 3 weeks we are on the same time zone as home. The states have made their daylight savings time adjustment but Mexico doesn't move their clocks ahead until Sunday April 7th. Just when we'll get used to it things will change again. Humm, seems to be a theme with life!

All is well here, we’ve had friends on other boats here with us and have hiked around the bay. This is a great place to be as far as weather and connections. We likely won’t be back down this way until May but will consider it when we don’t want to be in the marina.

Last night on our way back to our boat from having sundowners aboard Interabang we had amazing phosphorescence in the water. A trail behind the dingy from the outboard was 12 feet long and the bow sent sparkles through the water. As we would approach fish they would send shooting streams off in every direction. It was truly magic and a memory we’ll keep for a while.

We’re doing well on our ability to keep charged with the solar panels. Their output decreases with heat so the mid to high 70’s is working well to keep the fridge from running to often and allowing max output from the panels. We’ve only had to run the generator once and mostly because we wanted to watch movie and fully charge computers and phones. I am disappointed in the battery life of my cell as it doesn’t seem to last a full 24 hours. My computer battery is nearly flat and only last about 40 minutes without being plugged in so we hope it won’t interrupt usage while being plugged in as well as we’ve heard stories from others who had problems.

All and all, we’re ready to move north and see other places. Life is good and we are blessed beyond belief for our experiences!
Vessel Name: Scott Free
Vessel Make/Model: Gulfstar 44
Hailing Port: Seattle
Crew: Scott and Monica Stoner
About: We are set for a life time of adventures together. We love life aboard and are living the dream!
Extra: This adventure started as a comment in 2006 on our honeymoon in the BVI's and has grown to the present reality.

SV Scott Free

Who: Scott and Monica Stoner
Port: Seattle