It’s going to get windy tonight. Tomorrow it’s going to stay windy. Gale warnings, stuff like that. Whoop te do. For a while.
So we moved into our favorite wacky weather anchorage south of Isla Coronados. We set the anchor, added scope, cleared the decks, blah blah blah.
Then the depth sounder stopped working. We use the depth sounder to tell us if the boat is moving into shallower or deeper water. If the boat is anchored and not supposed to be moving, this is a big deal.
But the depth sounder didn’t work. Huh. So we looked over the side.
Every sardine in Mexico was under our boat. In every direction. We could easily see Dorado and Mackerel circling the sardines.
They weren’t very afraid of me, either.
There was a cool stingray hanging out by the anchor chain.