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Serena Jackson
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Bahia Los Frailes to Muertos Cove
 When the storm passed we headed out of Fraelis with Stormvogel (from Ventura California) on a course to Muertos Cove. He lead the way as his engine is smaller than ours.  Winds were 10-12 knots.   After some time we realized that he was sitting dead in the...
Bahia Los Frailes to Muertos Cove
Bahia Los Frailes to Muertos Cove
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Cabo San Carlos to Frailes
 We stayed only one night in Cabo San Lucas Harbor.  It was not crowned in the anchorage and the waves were all from the wave runners.  When the sun dropped the water activity stopped and the beach parties started.  We slept good with ear plugs. The music d...
Cabo San Carlos to Frailes
Cabo San Carlos to Frailes
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Mag Bay to Cabo San Lucas
Left Mag Bay at 0700 to go out with the tide. Coming into Mag Bay the tide was going out also and it was strong. So we knew better than to go against the tide a second time. No wind so motored in the morning. Just outside the bay we saw a spectacular displa...
Mag Bay to Cabo San Lucas
Mag Bay to Cabo San Lucas
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Abreojos to Magdalena Bay
 Got ready to leave Abreojos by pulling the line from the lobster pot that we had snagged as we archored the previous night. It was caught on the rudder and Mark was able to get it off without cutting it.  We set out about 0830, light wind so we were motor ...
Abreojos to Magdalena Bay
Abreojos to Magdalena Bay
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Asunción to Abreojos
 We left on Jan. 1st along with Yatchcruz.  We were headed south and they were headed north. They had gotten up and out at 5am. They had managed to dodge the lobster pots. Asunción is famous for lobster fishermen. They sell all their catch to the local cop-...
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Ensenada to Asunción
We left Ensenada about noon on December 26th. We motored sailed all the way down the Baja coast. Saw fish farms and plenty of dolphins, sails and birds following schools of fish. We had already decided to skip Turtle Bay, which is the only place to get fuel...
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Ensanada
Hello Mexico!  Time and place to work on the boat changed.  Walked to auto parts store, marine suppliers, Starbucks, restaurants, and laundry mats.  Ubered to Home Depot, Walmart and hospital.    Docked at Baja Naval for 2 weeks.  Mark had some welding proj...
Ensanada
Ensanada
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Mark and Serena finally alone on Pegasus
We were finally alone on Pegasus.  First trip was a short hop to Oceanside Harbor about 25 nautical miles south.  We had plenty of time to sail some.  Docking  easy with help. Welcome party is a group of sea lions.  Nice little harbor with one private and o...
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Serena joins crew in San Francisco
  I enjoyed Halloween  (2017) with my wonderful son, daughter in law and two grandchildren.  It was cold in Montana as usual for Halloween.  It was just enough walking for 2 little ones.  I enjoyed it immensely knowing I would be leaving the next day for Ca...
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Moving Peg to California
Mark spent some of September and October 2017 in Washington working on Pegasus. He sailed her from Blaine to Bellingham with the help of a friend, Dennis.  In Bellingham Pegasus was outfitted with new instrumentation.  Full B&G package for charting, radar, ...
Moving Peg to California
Moving Peg to California
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