We left Ensenada at 10am this morning in the sunshine. Actually, we left at 9am the first time, but had to return to the marina because our propeller didn't seem to be working right. Luckily there was a diver working on another boat and he was able to check ours out. We had a big ball of rope/twine wrapped around the shaft and prop. The diver was able to remove it and we were on our way again.
It has been a sunny day with winds 15 - 20 knots on our aft quarter out of the Northwest. The sea state approximately 2 meters and we are rolling along at 5 - 6 knots. Happy, happy! Dolphins leaped past our bow on the way out of the bay and later in the afternoon a whale surfaced, blew, slapped his tail about a bit, then disappeared. Since then, we have only had a few birds to keep us company.
We are both looking forward to moonrise in an hour or so!