Archive for March, 2015

Baja Blog 2015 – Week 7

Baja Blog 2015 – Week 7

Question – What does one do and what does one see in the Sea of Cortez and when the blue whales are gone? Answers: Hike to some of the most stunning fresh water swimming holes on earth. See pods of dolphins playing on the bow with countless babies in tow. […]

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Baja Blog 2015 – Week 6

Baja Blog 2015 – Week 6

The beginning of week 6 saw a massive change on the sea here. Our first day of the week was spectacular by any standards but it yielded only one shy evasive blue whale. We did see more Pilot Whales, zillions of dolphins and an uncountable number of manta rays. They […]

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Baja Blog 2015 – Week 5

Baja Blog 2015 – Week 5

This was truly a grand week for our guests from California and Maine. Week 5 began with one of the most remarkable sights I have ever seen in all my years on the water. In the flat calm of Monday’s afternoon – me standing in the bow while everyone looked […]

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Baja Blog 2015 – Week 4

Baja Blog 2015 – Week 4

Nobody could have come close to predicting the weather and the events of Week 4. It was truly wild, whacky and amazing! Our group were from either California or Colorado. First, here in the desert at a time of the year that is supposed to be dry we began the […]

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Baja Blog 2015 – Week 3

Baja Blog 2015 – Week 3

For the last 3 days on the short walk out to the boat at the marina’s dock we saw multiple spouts. The whales have flooded the waters just outside the marina and images of whales with our house, with the towns old mission, and it’s marina in the background have […]

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