After a one night stay at Puerto Escondido we made a quick motor out of the harbor to Honeymoon Cove. There were already some boats anchored in the cove, so we tucked into another cove south of Honeymoon for the night.
Sully liked walking on the smooth rocks that lined the beach and peering in to the tide pools. I hopped in the water to unfoul a fishing line that was wrapped around our rudder skeg and was stung a few times by tiny jellyfish.
A starfish or Estrella del Mar in Spanish
Like a Jimmy Buffet song, Sully’s a “Tidal pool explorer from the days of his misspent youth”
A picturesque anchorage all to ourselves
A new favorite activity for Sully is sword fighting with sticks
The little climber at it again
We found lots of agave plants with the long flowering stem still standing. It reminded me of my Grandma and Grandpa Ness when their agave bloomed and all the attention it brought to Park Street in Loganville.
Sully and I tried fishing but our trip ended up being more of a motorboat ride than about catching fish
We found this rock in the center of the picture had most of the bottom supporting it eroded away by the sea