More Adrenaline Filled Days!

More Adrenaline Filled Days!

More Adrenaline Filled Days!

Sunday morning we left Cabo with stops planned in Los Frailes and Los Muertos, and then on to La Paz this morning. With 4am departures these last two days, we're just six hours away from La Paz—and we can’t wait to arrive and get off the hamster wheel of go, go, go and just relax.

Each day we are presented the simple joys that brighten the days that start at 4am. We wake up to darkness with clear skies and then a warm sunrise, painting the sky with hues of gold and pink. As you savor the aroma of freshly brewed coffee, it's as if the universe is saying, "Here's your daily dose of magic!"

Fast forward to the evening, where we find ourselves with sunsets that create a mesmerizing backdrop, casting a kaleidoscope of colors across the horizon. With each sip of an evening cocktail, we toast to life's little pleasures and the joy they bring

After the first few weeks of non-stop action, we were craving some relaxation and an easy sail to Los Frailes but our boat had other ideas. Three hours out of Cabo San Lucas our Lazy Jack lines snapped in the heavy wind and sloppy seas for a whopping 8 hours. It was like trying to tame a wild bull on the high seas!

We all know, it is never just one thing. As if the broken lines weren't enough, our autopilot decided to take a vacation too. In the middle of 20-22 knots winds and high seas, poor Mike had to hand steer the boat and discovered the next morning what the problem was, the autopilot got confused by a metal table and metal shelf hiding in the engine hatch. Who knew our boat had such a refined taste in interior decor? Lesson learned, no metal close to the autopilot sensor or it will fail.

Yesterday, after a calm and uneventful trip, we arrived at Los Muertos, a piece of paradise that we didn't want to leave. But alas, the lazy Jack lines need fixing before we can set sail again so it was a 4am departure to La Paz. Thinking we might just sail back to Los Muertos from La Paz, enjoy a few more days of bliss, and then head over to the mainland from there. After all, reaching Banderas Bay and staying there for December sounds like an incredible plan.

All kidding aside, there is never a lack of adventure on the high seas. Cheers to the unpredictable adrenaline rush of sailing!


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