Friday, November 11, 2011

Mexico by Moonlight

We are now in Bahia De Tortugas, about halfway down the Baja peninsula. Most of that distance we accomplished in a 285 mile passage over 48 hours - our longest passage to date. The two nights, although a wintery twelve hours long, were lit bright by the full moon. The photo above shows the full moon rising over the coast south of Ensenada at sunset. The days are anything but wintery, with bright sun and some good sailing winds, including hours on the spinnaker.


Blogger June said...

What a fine photo. Portland has just turned cold and grey -- winter, methinks, is here to stay. So enjoy your lovely weather and think of us.

November 11, 2011 3:27 PM  

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