|There are some nice resorts at Punta De Mita|
|The anchorage. it got quite busy as this seems to be the starting point north|
or south when leaving Banderas Bay. When we arrived there were just a few boats.
After we anchored earlier that day, we heard traffic on VHF 22 which has been very quiet since leaving Tenecatita many days ago. We heard our old friends sv Flying Squirrel hail another vessel so we hailed them soon after. We knew they were headed north soon and that they may have still been in Nuevo Vallarta. Through heavy static we understood they were leaving that evening from the marina and headed north. We asked them to hail us when they are passing by so we could chat for a few minutes. That evening to our surprise they headed right next to us and told us they planned to anchor overnight. What a wonderful surprise! They came over after dinner and the kids had one last sleepover. Dave, Amy, Steve and I got to chat in the pilothouse while the kids talked and watched a movie in the salon. Morgan and Matthew stayed the night and the kids had one last time to be together. sv Flying Squirrel was headed north in the morning. They are planning to bash their way up Baja hitting San Diego by early June so we may not see them again. But we might see them in San Fransisco (where they lived before this trip) or if they end up settling in Denver (Where we could see them if we go visit Kathy's brother and family).
|Another beautiful sunset, sv Fying Squirrel in the photo|
|Morgan and Matthew waiting for us to pick them up with our dinghy|
|Morgan and Cindy fishing and giving Zappa fresh fish for dessert|
|Brown Boobie Bird on our Bow - heheheheheheh|
|Pelicans flying by, they skim the water so gracefully|
|That brown Boobie bird looking right at me|
|They are very graceful birds. Their feathers are so fine they look like fur.|
|sv Flying Squirrel leaving, heading northbound|
|Walking through town in Punta de Mita|