I was eighteen when Lala showed up on the morning news. The anchorwomen brought cats and dogs onto the show from animal shelters to help them find homes. Lala was one of those cats, a scrawny little longhaired calico kitten with extra toes from downtown LA. For all the right reasons we got up, drove downtown and brought her home to live with us in Topanga Canyon.
The Revillagigedos Islands are a diver’s paradise, from deep canyons and sheer pinnacles to enormous lava walls and craggy caves, this place has it all. But there is one dive site that outshines the rest, which sets the Revillas apart and assures its place in the top diving destinations in the world… The Boiler
It’s one in the morning and the wind is blowing 20-25 knots. I’m concerned about our anchor situation and I slip into thinking about the other anchors in my life
Megan and I spend a lot of time together. This can be a mixed bag of sweet mangos, spicy jalapenos, some pop rocks, a lot of dark chocolate and any other metaphor for human emotions you can think of.
I rode our folding bike into the depths of La Paz to play twenty questions with the locals. I find that if I ask twenty questions I can understand the answer to seven, which is enough to get something done.
We came into Scorpion Bay and the town San Juanico at two in the morning under the light of a full moon. It was our first time entering an unknown anchorage at night. A bit nerve racking but it worked out.
Fact of the day: Ensenada flies the biggest flag in the world.
Motors, if they weren’t so wonderfully useful I would not have one.