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Que es mas macho ?

Posted on Thu 26 January 2012 in Geek


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Huanacaxtle Cafe

Posted on Wed 25 January 2012 in Uncategorized

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Best bar ever!!!


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On the bus to PV

Posted on Tue 24 January 2012 in Uncategorized

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\$16 pesos pp each way


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First impressions of La Cruz de Huanacaxtle

Posted on Tue 24 January 2012 in Destinations - Mexico

We have only been here a little over a day and already we are enjoying the services which a little bit larger town has to offer. Sunday was the farmers/artists market and we managed to find whole bean coffee! We will soon be out of the US variety so …


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Anchored at La Cruz de Huanacaxtle

Posted on Sun 22 January 2012 in Uncategorized

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We made it safe and sound. Fueled up already, now to clean up a bit and go eat!


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On our way to La Cruz

Posted on Sun 22 January 2012 in Destinations - Mexico

Be there in 6 or 7 hours.... It's a dark moonless cloudy dark dark dark night.


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Wow!!!

Posted on Sun 15 January 2012 in Uncategorized

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It's a stunner! This pic doesn't do it justice.


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Sunset in Chacala, Mexico

Posted on Sun 15 January 2012 in Uncategorized

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Life is good.


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Mainland Mexico!

Posted on Sat 14 January 2012 in Destinations, Living Aboard, Pearson 424, s/v Deep Playa • Tagged with dancing horses, Los Osuna Tequila, Mazatlan, Old Mazatlan, Puerta de Canoas

Having landed safely in Mazatlan, we headed to Marina El Cid to meet Patrick’s parents for the holidays.  We had arranged to have his parents stay in Marina El Cid Hotel while we acquired a slip in the marina, which worked out very well indeed.  El Cid Resorts are …


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Suggestions on Winlink Position Reports

Posted on Sat 14 January 2012 in Amateur Radio, Navigation, Systems - Communications, Vessel Documentation

This is for all you Maritime Mobiles who are probably not really active in HAM Radio, but are using Winlink for email and position reports. Here are few operating suggestions:

Sending Position Reports

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  • When you send a position report, ALWAYS but your vessel name in beginning of the comment fields …

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