Monthly Archives : December 2019

You can buy Strikhedonia and make your dreams come true!


Ugh, this is a hard one to write. The past five years in Mexico have been a dream. Sure there have been some rough sails, a few long nights worrying about dragging anchor, and of course fixing things – but that is the challenge of cruising. Honestly those days were few and the majority were filled with amazing experiences I…

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Post storm visit to Yelepa


September 29th two waves of storms from TS Narda brought flash flooding to the cute town of Yelapa.  The devastation was incredible but even more incredible is the resilience of this town.  We visited just two months later and the town had been cleaned up to the point that you wouldn’t realize anything happened here.  The waterfall in town push…

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Busting out of La Paz before the next northerly


Pretty good winds (15-25 knots) were forecast for Sunday and Monday with a possible crossing window Tuesday. Wanting to get a good spot to hop off to the Mainland the plan was to head for Punta Bonanza where Jean and I crossed from last year. We wanted as early a start as possible since the winds would be on our…

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