Oh we are so very happy to be in the marina instead of being out at anchor!
When Southern California gets their "East Winds" or "Santa Anas", they blow all the way down the Sea of Cortez from the North.
All 800 mile or some huge distance.
The chop build up.
The seas builds up.
And the tides in the bay are often going out while the wind is coming in, so the boats will have their sterns or beams to the wind.
These boats are all stern to the wind.
Which is not normal.
Your bow is supposed to be facing the wind.
Which is why I never slept when we were here before...
We have had winds from 20-30 knots off and on since yesterday.
So Jim re-plumbed the port head.
I made sourdough bread.
So Glad I Went to the Doctor!
4 years ago