All is well on board Milagro. And, another passage is in the log book. The sea and wind conditions remained largely the same as already reported over the last two days. At 0320hrs MST (on OUR clocks, it is actually an hour later now that we are in the Central Time Zone) we set the anchor at La Cruz de Huanacaxtle under a moon doing a good job of illuminating the anchorage through a high thin overcast. It took us 63.4 hours to cover 375nm and the entire trip was under very comfortable conditions. Here it is 77F and 63% humid with moderate dew, the sea is flat and 79F. There’s an easterly breeze running 3 to 5 knots. We are settled at 20 44.857’N 105 21.882’W in 28′ over sand. Our aim is to hang out here in the anchorage today and tomorrow then move in to the marina on Tuesday where we will remain over the holidays. After that the plans take on a more general nature and lack dates and timing. At some point we’ll move further south to Bahia Tenecatita as well as to Barra de Navidad though we haven’t worked out yet just when that will happen – stay tuned.