|Walking in Loreto to the grocery stores|
|Sometimes shopping is easy in Mexico. You don't even|
need to know Spanish to recognize a product.
|hundreds of dolphins swimming by|
|more of the dolphins as we were passing them|
|dolphins, dolphins, dolphins. We could hear them breath!|
|Leaving Painted Cliffs anchorage for Bahia Salinas, the moon is setting, about 6am.|
|The morning we were leaving our anchorage in Bahia Salinas. The wind completely|
|Entering Bahia Salinas, a cloud, which we do not see often!|
|The kids playing with these ropes. This structure is probably used to hang a mattress|
so people can relax at the beach
|An old shipwreck at the beach. Adagio in the background which|
seems far away but we are only in 11ft of water.
|Kids drawing in the beautiful white sand|
|Max wind speed captured right when it happened. Graph shows winds over 3 days|
|The chapel is impeccable and the one building being maintained|
|Most buildings are falling apart and have lost their roofs, windows, doors, etc.|
|The caretaker and hunting lodge people have beautified the place!|
A Mexican forklift planter box. Cool.
|Some of the buildings were made of stone or brick, or combinations of both|
|Some of the buildings were made out of coral, like this one.|
|Close-up of the coral block construction.|
|Some type of old cart which has become a planter box.|
|This Ford Fiesta will never see another road. There were quite a few old cars|
and trucks that are just rusting away here.
|Kevin found this 70's Datsun pickup truck cab very interesting.|
|Walking amongst the ruins at Bahia Salinas|