Milagro Postion Report

It is Monday, Nov 7, 2016 and all remains well onboard the fairly good ship Milagro. As advertised, we moved south today about 35 nm to Bahia Agua Verde. Sadly, it was a motorboat ride as the forecast 15 kt N wind was a no show. 3 to 4 knots from directly behind us was the best we saw and that wouldn’t serve very well to move us along downwind. Other nearby boats making similar passage tried flying big light air spinnakers but even they gave up after a time. Oh well, it happens that way more than we’d like to admit. Now we are anchored in the North lobe of Bahia Agua Verde in 40′ over sand/gravel at 25 31.269’N 111 04.391’W. OAT is 90F with 45% humidity and it’s 83.7 in the pool. Wind is blasting in from the North at 3-4 kts. Our intention is to continue our Southing tomorrow with our objective being the anchorage at San Evaristo. At this rate we could arrive at the marina in La Paz as early as Thursday, Nov 10. We keep running into friends (2 boats here) and more ahead. We could find the temptation to linger somewhere just too compelling to resist. So, we’ll see. Hasta manana, y’all.

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