The Log from the Sea of Cortez - March 29 Summary & Analysis

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March 29 Summary and Analysis

At this point in the voyage, the tide chart is no longer usable, as the tide takes a long time to run up into the Sea of Cortez and they have not been able to revise the chart with their short stops in each place. They start using a marked stick to watch the rise and fall of the tide and indicate when they should begin collecting. A beautiful day dawns on Concepcion Bay, and the time is right for collection about ten in the morning. The shoreline seems much like Puget Sound in Washington State, with a rocky area above and sand below and groves of algae below low tide. There are many crabs, shrimp, conchs, and limpets to collect.

Around noon, the Western Flyer gets underway and heads for San Lucas Cove, while the preserving and labeling of the...

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