Mexico Cruising – Cabo San Lucas

A quick update to let you know we made it into Cabo San Lucas, refueled, ate dinner, and are going to try and get extra rest, after our overnight and to prepare for the overnight tomorrow. We finally dropped into the tropical zone, and it is NICE!

So sorry to hear about all your seasonal Pacific NW weather, but then I think that is what gets you in the mood for the holidays. We may not be in the holiday mood, but we are certainly in the Muy Fiesta mood! Just 36 more hours of cruising, starting at first light tomorrow and let the rest and relaxation begin.

Stay tuned for great pictures and details.

And you will see Why We Go!

6 thoughts on “Mexico Cruising – Cabo San Lucas

  1. Hi Angie & Bruce,
    I finally got a chance to read your blogs. What fun!! So glad you made it to Mexico. We are in San Diego for December & loving it!! Have a great apt. on the bluffs in Ocean Beach. Went sailing with an old friend of Michael’s who was also in the Navy for many years. We went to the Navy Sailing school in Pt. Loma & rented a boat. Bruce Fox took us all over SD Bay on a perfect day last week.
    We stopped in Sausalito for 2 weeks on our way to So CA, and loved it there! …
    Really enjoy seeing your lovely photos. terrific!! Wish I was there.
    Happy Holidays to you & Health & prosperity for 2011. Hope we see you in CA or OR.

    Feliz Navidad,
    Nancy & Michael

  2. Hey Angie & Bruce,

    I see your liv’in the dream AGAIN ! Whats up with Bruce ????
    Good thing your there – It hit -61F here a few days ago !
    Keep us posted. Are you cruising Canada next year ?
    M & A & Meka

  3. Good to hear you are in Cabo and in good weather. (I”ll bet you don’t miss the PNW snow one little bit.) We’re looking forward to the photos and reports from the last leg of your journey.

  4. HI Angie

    I’ll trade you our “holiday mood” and 20 degree weather that we had last week here in Portland for your “Muy Fiesta mood” any day you would like, if you feel like you need to cool off a bit.

    Looking forward to those tropical pictures.

    Dan

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