|Dolphins swimming by|
Monday morning the engine was on at 07:00 and we were away at 07:12 in the quiet, still morning. As we turned north to head up Bahia Concepcion we were greeted by dolphins who kept us company, then bid 'adios' as we tuned up the SSB for the early bird net. No success checking in, but we managed to do so by asking for a weather fill from Geary. That provided a chance to thank him for his hospitality when we stopped by a few days earlier. He was predicting winds NE 9 - 11 for the morning, increasing to NNE 15 - 20 for the afternoon. This made a south facing anchorage a good option for the moment - 23 nm further.
|Weather guru Geary and Kelly - visiting at El Burro Cove|
|Heading towards Bahia Santa Inez mid-morning|
|Anchored with hatches wide open - still very hot days|
|Hotel on south-east point|
|Boat launch and nearby home|
|Friendly resident rowing over to visit|