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Welcome to Adventures of CODA.  This is the travel log of Steve Olsson. Travelling with Barbara (his sister) on a 43 foot American Tug.

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North into the wind

We left the beautiful town of Santa Rosalia to continue our movement north. We left after taking on water. We had hoped to be out by...

Santa Rosalia

Just a short hop from our last (real) stopping point is Santa Rosalia. It has a marina, which we decided to spend a couple of days in....

I just love San Tanco

We stopped for a short time on the mainland of Mexico in a small coastal town called San Tanco. We found a chapel with a small orphanage...

A change of heart

We pulled anchor and headed south towards Isla Requeson. Il looked like a beautiful island with a spit of land connecting it to the...

The OH MY GOD Island

The guidebook had several paged dedicated to Carmen Island. We could not wait to explore it. There were three distinct areas on the...

Puerto Escondido

Headed North the next morning to Puerto Escondido. Looking forward to being in a port with internet and a store. It is a nice place to...

Agua Verde

We left early and headed to Agua Verde. This is a beautiful large cove with many little areas to anchor in. We moved into a very...

Unexpected Detour

We fired up the engine and pulled the anchor and headed north with our sights on Bahia Escondido. As we meandered up the coast, we...

North in the Sea

Everyone gone now except Barb and I, we departed north in the Sea of Cortez. We had no agenda and were in no rush. We were headed...

Back to La Paz

Back to La Paz for a tour of the town. Here we are in La Paz on the walk around the bay. We walked to the Mercado. This is a store with...

Espiritu Santo

Just outside of La Paz is an Island, well actually two islands, Espiritu Santo and Isla La Partida. This is the same Island group that...

Moorage at La Paz

We were able to secure moorage in La Paz the next morning so off we headed to Cortez Marina. I was able to practice my Spanish when...

Looking for the dinghy.

After discovering the dinghy was missing, I immediately got Matt up and we pulled the anchor. The wind was still 20 Knots, so we headed...