Caleta Partida-Caleta Lobos
24 deg 31'98.3"N 110 deg 22'88.8"W
24 deg 18'10.1"N 110 deg 20'14.2"W
Engine hours 160-164.2
We awoke to another calm morning in the anchorage. The water was glass-like and you could see the anchor on the bottom. We made the decision to sail on to Lobos which is only about an hour or so motor/sail or sail to La Paz in the morning. The winds are supposed to stay calm which is perfect for docking.
We had a little bit of wind as we left Caleta Partida, and that turned to none. In an hour and a half we had gone pretty much nowhere. We had a couple dolphins come and swim at our bow for a few minutes, but we were going too slow for them to stay interested. So, we broke down and motor sailed to Lobos.
On the way there we caught a little bonita to make our afternoon interesting. That and I made pizza dough.
We arrived in Lobos and the wind picked up. We had 12 knots of wind out of the north. Now it comes. We were surprised at how hot it was and decided pretty quickly to go for a swim. The wind and the current made it challenging, but we managed to do laps around the boat.
It is still 90 degrees in our cabin, which is the hottest it has been on the trip. We are waiting until the sun goes down to cook the pizza, and are going to try cooking it on the grill. I hope it works! I don't really want it hotter in here.
Well, it worked and was fabulous.
Iron chef wanna be,
First Mate Kate