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Tomorrow morning before dawn we’ll leave Cabo San Lucas and head northwest in the Pacific to Magdalena Bay. It’s 26 to 32 hours of motoring, hopefully into calm winds and seas. If the forecast is wrong, we may be right back here.

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On the way down we saw quite a few of these big lumpy things.

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We had a uncomfortably close visit from the Protection Racket posing as the Sea Sheppard Society.

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Nancy caught another tasty dorado.

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We saw the Costco from the water on the way in, but decided not to take the bus ride out.  No box wine for us on this trip.

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When the fishing charters return to port, they feed the leftover bait to one of several incredibly large Sea Lion bulls.  In a huge fishing tournament a few months ago, one of these guys jumped out of the water and stole a winning fish as it was being passed ashore. http://www.marlinmag.com/los-cabos-billfish-tournament/los-cabos-billfish-tournament-2013-final-results and http://www.marlinmag.com/funny-fish-videos/sea-lion-steals-another-fish

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Every night the sunset cruises parade around the bay.

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Quite a show as the sun sets.

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We’re anchored right off the beach.  Constant drinking contests.  Constant.

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But this was new.  A jet-ski powered water-jet hoverboard.  After twenty minutes, this guy could almost control the thing. Pretty cool.

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