Blue whale fluke

We Got the Blues!February 15, 2016

Blue whales, the largest animal ever to have inhabited the planet, come near shore in only a few places on earth. Loreto is one of them.

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At the wall

The Call of the White WallDecember 30, 2015

It was supposed to be just a short hike….

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11 kayaks in a panga

Sea Paddler TrainingNovember 23, 2015

Every course is different. Nearly 30kts of wind had us practicing rescues, draw strokes, rolls, and other creative exercises in…

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Cirio, endemic to northern Baja and Mexican mainland

Twisted Plants and Winding RoadsOctober 1, 2015

Three thousand dollars and one day later, the kayaks arrived to an unmarked house behind a restaurant…

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Using what ya got!

New FurnitureJune 18, 2015

Building the dream

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Natural History of Baja RetreatMarch 24, 2015

What marine mammal doesn’t swim, and how does it get to eat lobster?

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Gear Wash!

Notes from the Guide HouseMarch 7, 2015

A busy afternoon at the guide house, full of life, laughter, and a touch of mayhem.

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Shearwater

Great Barrier Island, New ZealandMarch 1, 2015

The swell is indeed bigger this morning. We don’t need to open our eyes to know. Besides, it’s still dark when we awake…

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The pool at Tripui Resort

Norte PrimerDecember 1, 2014

It was a windy week. A sailboat heading south reported north winds of 30-40 knots. Palm trees at the hotel did a lot of lopsided yoga. Gusts of blowing dirt found us even in the pool.

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Sea Stars

Kayak Sailing on the Sea of CortezNovember 24, 2014

I was blown away by our first official kayak-sailing trip, in a wonderful way. A custom group came from Washington state, organized by Jim & Mary who’ve paddled with us almost annually since our very first trip in 2007.

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