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If the answer truly is blowin’ in the wind, then we should be genius by now. Last night there was quite a gale: 45 knots of wind in Barra de Navidad (some boats are reporting they saw 56 knots). North of here, in Banderas Bay, they saw 75 knots.

Dinghy vs. Car – by Erin

A few months before we left Seattle, Stephan, the previous owner of our boat who sailed it nearly around the world, drove down from Bellingham to help us with a few boat projects.

Barra de Navidad- by Rebecca

Delos was anchored in the Barra Lagoon which is about a 10 minute dingy ride from Barra de Navidad.