Mexico Season 1 Photo Wrap-Up Posted October 1, 2016May 2, 2017 Scott These photos were taken during our first season cruising from San Francisco to Baja, September 2015 to September 2016. Just splashed down after getting a new paint job and officially renaming the boat. Blue Angels at Fleet Week Early in the morning on our last day at our two-month stay at Pier 39 in San Francisco. WIth lots to take with us it’s a challenge to find the optimal way to store it all. Some chilly downtime while getting some rigging work done at KKMI in Richmond. About to pass under the Bay Bridge for the last time. Finally making our left hand turn out of San Francisco! This is the first time Sam felt adventurous enough to leave the cabin. Lady Washington in Morro Bay Opus One: our wedding gift from Paulo. Taken from our overnight sail from Ventura to San Diego. Mmmm, food! Finally in Mexican waters! We’re raising the Q flag to indicate that we haven’t officially cleared into the country yet. With our official paperwork out of the way we went to Hussong’s for margaritas and music. The buttons on our chart plotter fell off during our passage to Cabo. This is after we lost the use of our mainsail due to an issue with our gooseneck. Basking in the sun. Enroute, Ensenada to Cabo Sam’s seasick. 🙁 This guy rode our mast for about 12 hours before he finally left. Viv and Heidi from S/V Due West. Finally! The white sand beaches we were promised! Meow! We were visited by dolphins each day we were anchored in La Paz. Look closely and you can see Juniper there (blue hull, 3rd from the right). DCIM100MEDIADJI_0037.JPG DCIM100MEDIADJI_0043.JPG (photo: Nellie Boonman) (photo: Nellie Boonman) (photo: Nellie Boonman) (photo: Nellie Boonman) Balandra (photo: Nellie Boonman) (photo: Nellie Boonman) (photo: Nellie Boonman) We don’t know exactly what’s happening here. (photo: Nellie Boonman) Anchored on the east side of Isla San Francisco in a successful attempt to keep out of the way of coromuels. Juniper at Puerto Ballandra The last bottle of wine that we brought down from San Francisco. It made it 10 months and about 2,000 nm. Viviane doing her net controller duties for the Amigo Net.