24 deg 18'10.1"N 110 deg 20'14.2"W
Lobos-Marina Palmira, La Paz
Alas, it is time for our journey on the Sea of Cortez to end. We made our last leg of the trip this morning without even putting the sails up. It was 7 nm of motoring; we had no wind. That is ideal for docking, so I am a happy skipper. For some reason, docking is the part of the sailing world that still terrifies me.
We had a picture perfect docking at the fuel dock and back into our slip thanks to no wind and our friends Carlos and Felippe. And, of course, the crew on Pangaea.
It was forecasted to be 101 here in La Paz today, so we promptly headed for the marina pool for lunch and a little cool down.
That was all good until a man in heavy protective gear...a full jumpsuit, gloves, hat and gasmask...came out to spray the trees. Mike looked at me and we both grabbed our things and headed for the marina bar inside.
We had the boat washed and we organized. It was hot and we were moving slowly. Before we knew it, it was 6 pm and shower time. I havent looked that forward to a cold shower in I dont know how long.
The evening was perfect and complete with a trip to Calypso for margaritas and a calamari appetizer and dinner at Koi Sushi. YUM!
I'm still moving,
First Mate Kate