A journey is like marriage.
The certain way to be wrong
Is to think you control it.
|Grand daughter Mia having fun!|
As we bobbed around nonetheless, we saw a splendid bright orange near-full moon rise up as the sun was coloring all clouds and sea across the horizon several shades of fuchsia, watermelon, and cantaloupes (can you tell we haven’t had fresh fruits in a while!). Not to be outdone, to the East, huge white clouds were filled with lightning from white to yellow and pink. It was a great show – thank you for Mother Nature’s continued free entertainment.
Bahia Willard is another one of those fairly non-descript bay that is a good stopping point in bad weather, protected from several wind and wave directions. We caught up on some sleep there and prepared for the 100 mile crossing back to the mainland = Puerto Peñasco.