Sunday, September 11, 2011

Cala San Francisquito – Sept 5 – 9, 2011

This is a perfect little anchorage, wave protection all around us and a little breeze to cool us off. A north wind picked up and was forecasted to blow for 3 days. This is a great place to hang out and wait for the wind to change so we can head north.
The Beach at Cala San Francisquito

We are spending our days on boat projects (yes, there are always boat projects!), swimming, playing Rummikub, Bocce Ball on the beach and watching the fish swim around the boat. Another catamaran came into the bay and joined us for a game of Bocce Ball. They have 2 cute little boys aboard, 2 and 5. It must be rough cruising with little ones, but they seem to love it.
Tons of fish at the bow of the boat

Jack and Pam on the beach getting ready for Bocce Ball

Jack and Rick Setting up the Court

Tonight we are going to attempt to make a pizza again. It is too hot in the boat, so we will try to cook it on the BBQ using the pizza stone. Results = it tasted OK, but we need practice. The crust was a little hard and we used too much sauce.


The north winds have died and it started blowing from the south, so tomorrow morning we are heading further north. We plan to stop at Ensenada El Quemado on our way to Bahia de Los Angeles.
Winds from the South, Ready to Go

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