Up into "The Sea"
(spring 2013)

Bahia de los Muertos to Santa Rosalia

remote beauty and unique towns and villages

Espiritu Santo Caleta Partida fish camp in late afternoon light

San Evaristo fishing village

Fisherman's house at San Evaristo
note the VHF antennas


The remote arroyo village of Aqua Verde
Goat farming and fishing

Aqua Verde South anchorage

they should call this place green water

The Fonutar marina at Puerto Escondido

and the huge natural harbor

Isla Danzante as viewed from Bahia Canderelos 

Anchorage at Isla Coronado

Community of Posada Concepcion

Cactus forest at Posada Concepcion

Sitting out a Norther at Posada Concepcion

Mulege Mission

The late 1800's French mining town and port of Santa Rosalia

The metal Gustave Eiffel Church from Europe

View from Restaurant 1526
Bahia de los Muertos
Caleta Partida, Partida side
Snorkeling at Partida
Tucking in from a Norther at Punta Salinas

Ruins, Punta Salinas

All that salt and no Margarita mix

The lateen rigged steel schooner Gia at San Evaristo

Church, Aqua Verde
School, Aqua Verde
Deferred dreams, Puerto Escondido

Porto Bella restaurant, Puerto Escondido
And the pool


Handicrafts in Loreto

The  Loreto Mission

Founded 1697

The Posoda de las Flores

worthy of a stay

Loreto Malecon

Loreto Pangas Isla Coronado

Nice Coronado palapa (by the national park service)
View from the top (of the Coronado volcano peak)

coming down Steinbeck Canyon from Puerto Escondido road

Hot springs, Posada Concepcion

Landscape, Posada Concepcion

Mulege, looking down from the Mission

Mulege store

Fonutar marina, Santa Rosalia
The Santa Rosalia French Bakery
The restored French mining company school, now a goverment office building
Almost all the buildings and homes in town have the same architecture, down to the windows 
One of the French Boleo Company Locomotives on display
Power generator building ruins
Smelter ruins

Furnace ruins
Processor ruins
(all this stuff is right downtown)

Ore silo (pre smelter?) ruins Breakwater made of slag slabs
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