|The one dock marina in Santa Rosalia|
|Nice Marine Rescue boats. It's reassuring to see that there is help out there|
if it's ever needed.
|Steve and Brian going over to the Pemex fuel dock|
|Zappa and Cindy|
|Iglesia Santa Barbara. This steel church was designed by Gustave Eiffel. It was disassembled|
and moved from Brussels and reassembled here in 1897 (the french mining company purchased it).
|The kids in front of one of the mining cars|
|One of the old mining structures, down on the waterfront|
|m/v Adagio in the small marina. Brian and Lynn's Selene is on the end-tie.|
The two sailboats near shore are American boats. One is from Seattle.
|The kids riding along the breakwater|
|more old mining cars|
|part of the old smelter. Beautiful area and well kept|
|Kevin and Kathy at the old smelter. Returning from the grocery store with|
|at the old smelter|
|Cindy and Zappa|
|On a bike ride. It was hot today and we rode up some hills. It was nice to turn|
around and head downhill just to feel the breeze!
|Part of the old mine. It appears to be some kind of covered river and it|
goes all the way to the top of that hill. Most of it has collapsed and is filling
in now with dirt and debris.
|We did a lot of bike riding in Santa Rosalia.|
|Cindy and Kevin shopping in the "Super Ley" grocery store. It was very nice|
and we went there almost every day to get more backpacks full of supplies.
|Riding down the sidewalk of this colorful town.|
|Cruising through the town on our bikes.|
This extra time at the dock also allowed Steve to do quite a few boat maintenance projects. He changed the oil and filters in both engines and one generator. He replaced a faulty windlass foot switch. He also replaced the fuel injectors on the port engine, and then did a valve adjustment, and adjusted the fuel rack on the port engine. The boat should be ready to go now for the long haul back up the coast to WA state later this year. Steve even replaced a tire and tube on his bike after getting another flat.
We don't expect we will have internet access for a few weeks now. You can follow us on our Spot link (at the top of the page). More to come when we reconnect with the digital age again....