Thursday, March 13, 2008

Mui Calliente!

Well today was the hottest we've had thus far, temperature in the cockpit topped at 35 degrees and 30 degrees in the cabin. Since the afternoon winds have been consistent, we decided to go snorkelling this morning and postpone schoolwork until the afternoon. This was great for the snorkelling, but it was so warm, the girls struggled with staying focused on their studies in the afternoon.

Jocelyn is very excited as she counts down the days to March 18th when she'll be meeting up with her youth group from home. The group will be spending a week at a medical mission in Loreto. Following the week at the mission, Jocelyn will have a friend on board while we cruise from Loreto South to La Paz.

While Jocelyn is away, Jenny will be hosting two of her friends from home, aboard the boat. All three of them are excited beyond belief! Jenny has big plans for her visit with her friends.

8 comments:

The Clarkes said...

Good Morning, I am happy to see that all is going well with you and your family. It sounds like you are haveing the time of your lives. Joan and I enjoy watching your progress and looking at the Photos you have posted. Glad to see that the girls are able to have friends from home visit. Take Care, Stay Safe.
Joan and BOB

Marlene Sherwin said...

How exciting for the girls. What an exceptional experience for everyone.

QuickStar said...

Hi guys. Sounds like you are having a great trip. I'm surprised it is so hot. We are arriving in Mazatlan on April 12th then heading over to La Paz and spending the spring/summer/Fall exploring the Sea of Cortez before heading back to Silver Star for 4 months of winter. Where will you be???? Say hello to the girls and tell them I miss their yummy ginger cookies. Take care.
Diana & Peter - QuickStar

Garry Tite said...

Glad you are having nice weather.
We really enjoy your write ups.
Happy Easter to you all from PoCo.
Garry Tite & Family

The Clarkes said...

Happy Easter to you and your Family. You have the sun and we have the rain. Take Care, Stay Safe.
Joan and Bob

Mark said...

Hola la familia de Crandell, yo espero que ustedes utilicen el número 35 bronceador. Es tarde marzo en el Puerto Coquitlam y nosotros tuvieron una tempestad de la nieve. ¡La refrigeración global yo pienso!! El arrendajo, los Cachones terminaron la temporada en segundo lugar y empiezan las finales el lunes como los favoritos a ganarlo todo. Espero que usted tipos tengan tanta diversión como mira, y todos nosotros esperanza usted tiene un viaje seguro al otro lado del planeta.

Tome el cuidado y permanezca seguro,

La Marca, Lisa, Krista, y Jason

P.S.
Hope your spanish is good !

Mark said...

Hola la familia de Crandell, yo espero que ustedes utilicen el número 35 bronceador. Es tarde marzo en el Puerto Coquitlam y nosotros tuvieron una tempestad de la nieve. ¡La refrigeración global yo pienso!! El arrendajo, los Cachones terminaron la temporada en segundo lugar y empiezan las finales el lunes como los favoritos a ganarlo todo. Espero que usted tipos tengan tanta diversión como mira, y todos nosotros esperanza usted tiene un viaje seguro al otro lado del planeta.

Tome el cuidado y permanezca seguro,

La Marca, Lisa, Krista, y Jason

P.S.
Hope your spanish is good !

Dal Seymour said...

It is good to see some one is in the sun
How long are you going to be in Mexico and when do you do the big crossing and where is the first stop? Things are good back home but not as sunny as you have it the nucks have a shot of making the play offs but don’t thing that they will go far
Keep up with the blog
Dal