We just said good bye to our friend the Captain of Fishing Vessel San
Augustine. He is anchored at the N end of Cedros Island. And we are
busting out of the convergence zone now. Our course is to Ensenada,
approximately 200nm up the coast.
Upon our arrival at Cedros Village the Captain of San Augustine
allowed us to tie up next to him at the dock and then assisted us with
everything from the Port Captain, fuel and food. He is a friend of
Susie Campbell's and was expecting us. How fortunate. Otherwise one
must anchor out and figure out how to get into the town.
We stayed a a short 3 hours at Cedros. We are officially checked out
and Francis did an excellent job in fueling with a siphon. He made
extra sure to put the diesel in the diesel tanks! Lots of stories to tell.
Bonnie got off because she could not miss work. We will miss her.
Jean re-provisioned and I spent a couple of hours at the Captainia of
the Port. They were all kind and very efficient. Weather looks great.
All is well, a little tired but well. We are making excellent time
and thank you to Commander's Weather. They are a great support.