Isla Cebaco

Yesterday we moved further south (and east) from Bahía Honda to an anchorage just north of Isla Cebaco off of the smaller island, Isla Gobernadora. While in the calm anchorage at Bahía Honda, Bill went up the mizzen mast to finish the step project that was started during out haul out. The workers in Puntarenas had installed the steps up the mizzen mast, but Bill did not like the position of one of the top steps; and they needed to have line added to them to help keep the halyards from tangling in the steps when we hoist the mizzen sail. Bill got all that accomplished on Thursday! Domingo, in Bahía Honda, provided us with a fresh stock of bananas, six avocados and a nice pineapple, all in exchange for a little gasoline and a few dollars.