Mary and I have finally gotten around to updating our website. Guess what! Most of the content can now be hosted elsewhere. So please choose from the top menu what you would like to see.
Some articles will remain here, but most of our current happeings will be posted elsewhere.
You can access our Facebook, Google+, Strava (for bicycling), LinkedIn (for Bill), Flickr (where we're putting Photos in addition to Facebook), and YouTube (for Videos) all in the above Menu.
Like many Americans, Mary and I (Bill) have been in a constant struggle to maintain a healthy weight and manage my cholesterol and blood pressure - Mary's BP and Cholesterol were OK. Over they years we've tried all the diets and while we did achieve short term results, nothing worked over the long term.
Hi folks - yes, it's true. We had a great 6+ years and 25,000+ miles on board Raptor Dance, but it's time to move on.
She's listed for sale with Dick May in Alameda California. We originally bought her from Dick when we had her built back in 2000.
You can see her listing here on Yachtworld.
If you buy her, we know she'll treat you well!
Here are our recommendations based on the 6 years we spent in Mexico from 2004 to 2010. Others may disagree and your priorities may be different but here’s what we found works best for us.
Our biggest recommendation is to stay out of the Sea of Cortez between Nov 15 and Mar 15 (too cold and screaming Northers)! Go to the "Mexican Riviera" aka "Costa Alegre", between Banderas Bay and Manzanillo. There’s plenty of time to cruise the Sea after Mar 15. We generally spent the Month of January and parts of December and February further down the coast around Tenacatita/Barra/Santiago Bay.