Monday, November 10, 2014

Missing the Tehuantepec Window

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Weather Window

What this graphic shows are the two weather windows for our travel across the Tehuantepec. The two black boxes represent time we would be on the water. The one on the left was Friday's window, which we preferred, and the one on the right is Monday's, which we get. The colors are wind strengths, green being good wind, white, no wind, and yellow and red, too much wind. There are columns for several weather forecasting sites. The Black Line across the middle of the boxes shows when we expect to be actually crossing the Tehuantepec.

Neither of these views is too bad, sometimes the whole picture would be dark crimson, which is really a no-go.

wingssail images-fredrick roswold

While killing time last week we took another trip to the mountains, to another coffee farm called Argovia. The road was rough and it rained.

Chrysler at Argovia

Bad Raod

Road block

Argovia's Restaurant



Killing Time


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