Feliz Navidog from Zihuatanejo!  Hope you all are having a wonderful holiday season.  Christmas means extra treats from Santa, savory handouts from the galley, and water taxis with flashing Christmas lights coming to see me – ‘tis the season!

Don’t even try to put that antler headband on me. Do I look like I’m pulling a sled anytime soon?

Getting here was BRUTAL and some days I feel like I’m still at sea with the rolling, BUT the best part of being at sea was seeing my dolphin friends again!  They missed me, I know it.  They kept wanting me to come play, but my feeders insisted that I not go swimming with them – no fun I tell ya.  Some of them jumped high in the sky, but most of them just swam back and forth in front of the bow inviting me to dance with them, which I did with extreme joy! (just look at the scars on my mom’s feet)  I think we would have a really fun time together, but I doubt my feeders will agree to a playdate anytime soon, so I’ll just have to say hi whenever they come to visit.

Despite the rolling, the music from shore and cool evening breezes make for a restful night’s sleep.  For now, I’ll continue guarding my boat from the ferocious paddlers and water taxis that pass me by until I can go see my friends at sea again.

When one cushion just won’t do
With Zihua lights shining, both Tulum and Boundless show off Christmas Lights.

Feliz Navidad and happy holidays from Quincy and the Tulum V crew.  We continue to be thankful for the blessed life we lead and wish you a happy, healthy holiday season!


You have not heard a lot from us lately as we’ve been moving quite a lot….finally slowing down a bit for Christmas here in Zihua before moving again soon to catch the New Year further south.  We’ll keep you up to date on all of our adventures as we go, as we still need to make the decision about whether we’re going to go through Costa Rica and Panama fast or slow.  We LOVE all of you reading our our website and hope you’ll continue to read-

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  1. Merry Christmas to all of you. We did one in Manzillo at the Las Hadas.
    Glad to see you are safe in Zihuatanejo.

    I hate it when people get anthropomorphic and my cat does too.

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