A lot of sailors are under the impression that checking into Mexico in Cabo San Lucas is impossible or difficult. There are a few changes in the procedure for checking in there.
Richmond based sailor, Dale Land took a trip up the Petaluma River to celebrate Veterans Day with friends. "It's become an annual trip," he said.
We'd sailed for hundreds of miles to get to know David's first grandchild, whose family lives near Melbourne, Australia, and to partake in family holiday madness.
When David came out dressed for his morning run, I noticed his shirt selection right away and asked, “Do you remember where you got that shirt?” He didn’t.
The National Park Service (NPS) is seeking expressions of interest for an 'Adaptive Reuse of Santa Rosa Island Ranch.'
“Light air, heavy air, clouds, sun and tons of fun." This is how Nada Ha-Ha organizer Patsy Verhoeven described the 750-mile passage from San Diego to the tip of the Baja Peninsula.
When I first visited in the 1970s, we gave the Mexican ranch hands a case of beer. They reciprocated by inviting us to dinner . . .
My husband and I and our son enjoyed our own Delta Doo Dah the first week in October. We first sailed to the Delta 40 years ago and have done many summer trips through the years.
San Diego produced pea-soup fog for today's start to the Nada Ha-Ha.
Imagine being on a boat, looking up at the orange splendor of the Golden Gate Bridge, turning left, and not looking back, feeling the pull of the swirling currents taking you where they want...
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