After returning to Loreto and wiping the dust off Ginni’s pickup truck we camp at Rattlesnake beach. The truck is our mobile home for now. Most of the RV’s and campers are gone for the season, only a few mexican fishermen are staying at the beach. It’s peaceful and quiet. Though the sheltered lagoon in Puerto Escondido is crowded with boats, the Loreto fest for cruisers is going on.
Spending the days with random activities, kayaking, hiking and also some work on Ginni’s kayakfleet. Ivette from Mexico and Ginni running their kayak company in Loreto. They have an office there and 17 kayaks which occasionally need some maintenance.
Just a week later an opportunity came up for me to join a cruiseship in Caribbean. I decide to go and Ginni offered to drive me down to La Paz to catch the flight onward. On the way down and despite a broken muffler we took some smaller desert roads for the reason to go for a swim in the Pacific ocean.
We reach La paz just after dark and the next morning I take the flight to Florida.