The past 2 weeks have been a bit busy. Thanksgiving day we spent with the Club Cruceros group for a pot luck Thanksgiving dinner. There were over 200 people there and the food was terrific. The club is a group of mostly American cruisers of both power and sailboats who have made La Paz their home base from which to go cruising. The number and makeup of the people is constantly changing, but the goals and lifestyle of the membership never changes. They support a local orphanage here in
The week following Thanksgiving, Doug, a client from
Today, Club Cruceros had their annual Subasta (auction). The items auctioned were mostly unused boat items that have been donated by the Club Cruceros members. They also had several food booths and a couple of baked goods tables. We found wonderful apple pie and banana bread there. There were also several local artisans displaying and selling their wares. We bought 2 Mexican decorated, hand made coffee mugs.
The weather has been quite pleasant overall. The temperatures are in the low 80s during the day and in the upper 60s at night; perfect sleeping weather.
Tomorrow I must return to Anacortes for a couple of days. Jan will remain here and watch over Nor’wester. We have some important decisions to make and it is best I be there in person. I will report on what is happening there in my next post.