Yesterday was a beautiful drive through the Sierra la Giganta mountains to the Pacific. The gray whales seemed a little stressed at the boats, but we still got some good lovin' with those magical creatures. Other sightings included frisky frigate birds (note the puffed up neck) and a lone coyote cruising the coast of a sandy island eating shark entrails. Nobody quite knows how he got there. A seafood lunch, a humpback whale sighting on the return, and a delicious dinner at La Mita Gourmet topped off the day.
3/5/2016 04:37:02 am
Thank you for sharing your photos, they are always so beautiful! Glad you had a wonderful day.
3/7/2016 05:45:03 am
Thanks, Kathie! We've managed to hit a couple of Mexico's national parks this trip. Guess Ranger Kathie should have hitched a ride on this trip, too!! Just kidding, I know she was partying down with you guys in Florida. :)
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Cat Herder (aka Marisa) has been guiding pilot tours in the American West for over twenty years. Keep tabs on your Parkwest pilot friends, National Park news and other tidbits here!