Friday, November 07, 2008

In Mexico

Indigo and her crew are now in Mexico.
We crept out of San Diego in the dark very early yesterday morning, and sailed most of the day in a gusty, Santa Ana type east wind. We arrived in Ensenada mid-afternoon, and spent a few hours yesterday, and a few more this morning, completing the paperwork necessary to check ourselves and the boat into Mexico. Now we are off to the nearby Guadalupe Valley to sample some of the good food and wine for which the place has become famous.
Tomorrow we will head south. From here to Cabo San Lucas there is not much in the way of ports, so we expect that our communication will be limited to what we can accomplish via the single side band radio. We are delighted to be back in Mexico, and find that our little bit of Spanish is bubbling to the surface. Gracias a Dios!


Blogger Gord and Laura said...

Thanks for the fabulous photos and interesting accounts of your trip! You're truly inspirational as we make plans to head south ourselves. In the meantime we're enjoying living vicariously through your adventures. Happy sailing!
Gord and Laura

November 10, 2008 6:58 PM  
Blogger Bob said...

Hi Captain and Catherine!
Had dinner with Greg Landry at the NorthPacific Vascular mtg last week and he gave me your blogspot. I'm pleased to have checked in on you vicariously and see you are well and truly living! Here's wishing you fair winds and safe passages!

Bob Cook

November 16, 2008 9:26 PM  

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