Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Adios Mexico!

The water tanks are full, we've provisioned the boat (multiple times), sea berths are made, cookie dough is in the ice box, the decks are clear, and we're clean. We're ready!

After many failed attempts and delays...we're finally leaving lovely La Cruz, and heading for the Galapagos Islands. A dream come true for me.

Although our stay here has been tumultuous...we've really come to enjoy La Cruz. We've been able to meet incredible new friends here, enjoyed a vist from my parents, get work done on the boat and have gotten into the groove of the cruising life. Morning yoga and afternoon swims at the beach are really easy to get used to!!

We'll be updating the blog more frequently, and our spot link on the right will show our progress. We expect the journey from here to take 2-3 weeks.

7 comments:

Mark said...

John and Naomi-
We'll be thinking of you and hoping you have a safe passage to the Galapagos. Fair winds!
Mark & Vicki

Anonymous said...

Hi Naomi
I have been following you guys and your adventure every day since you left.. thought that I had better let you know that you both are on my mind and in my heart. Have fun .. Take really good care of you :) Glenn

Celeste and George, s/v Nereid said...

Good for you! Celeste & George s/v Nereid

Zuri said...

The Galapagos Islands are the most incredible living museum of evolutionary changes, with a huge variety of exotic species (birds, land and sea animals, plants) and landscapes not seen anywhere else.

Behan said...

Wish we were going to the Galapagos too... you'll have great adventures, I'm sure! I'm curious to see how long SPOT works. We gave up our subscription because they allegedly don't have full coverage for the crossing to FP. I was imagining my family basically freaking out when our signals stopped in the middle of the ocean!

carpenterguy said...

ala chinganda madre!!! Hope you guys are having fun..still building houses in Oyster River. Check out my blog..send me a message.

Jo said...

Wishing you safe passage and looking forward to hearing about your next leg!

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