Sunday, November 13, 2011

Turtle Bay Shoreline

We are still in Turtle Bay, having weathered rain and a fairly big blow yesterday and overnight. Enough rain fell to wash the decks and rigging free of the salt. Now the big power boats have departed to muscle into headwinds and big seas. Some of us sailors are waiting for the swell to die down, and for the wind to swing back into its usual northerly direction.
East of Turtle Bay there are a ranges of low mountains that boarder the great Vizcaino Desert. As the storm cleared, some rays of sun illuminated the mountains, while the clouds still brooded overhead. Wonderful Baja colors.


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