And the weather man decided…
Culebra. Yes, with the next few days forecasted to have winds blowing 20-25 knots, with squalls 30-35, we have decided that hiding out in a protected bay on Culebra is probably the smart thing to do. And a few weather-imposed non-travel days are welcomed anyway; it’ll give us some time to explore. Yesterday we only made it as far as the “famous” Dinghy Dock Bar (I don’t really know how famous it is but one of our readers, John, did suggest that we go there). We’ll try to do a bit better on the exploration front today.
Anchored in Ensenada (cove) Honda.
The ferry dock in Dewey. We could see that as we made our approach to the entrance to the bay.
Some boats at anchor around us. We laughed because the Island Packet at the left front of this pic is named Chimayo. Every time our friends on Tsamaya (anchored just a couple of boats ahead of this one) talk to Chris Parker, the weather guy, he butchers their boat’s name, calling it Chimayo.
This is a pretty splashy looking lift bridge!
John had this same pic on his blog too. And yes, it was closed then as well.
Tip for would-be cruisers: After you sell all your cars, bring your old license plates with you and give them to your favorite watering hole. Of course, you might need to cruise for an entire season to find out just where your favorite one is. You wouldn’t want to give them away prematurely!
And the pot of gold lies…?