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Old 05-05-2009, 09:01 PM   #1
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Finally, although entries weren't accepted for this fall's 'Sweet Sixteen' Baja Ha-Ha until Friday, 29 of them were received by Monday morning. One of the main reasons people sign up for the Ha-Ha early is that it gives them a better chance at getting a slip in Cabo when the fleet first arrives. While the 10-entries-per-day pace of sign-ups certainly can't be sustained, it suggests that there might well be a good Ha-Ha turnout despite the poor economy. As for us, we haven't brought Profligate back from Mexico yet but we still can't wait to sail south with the Ha-Ha again!

Ha-Ha entries to date include:

1. Natalie, Ericson 35 MkI, Ford Johnson, San Francisco

2. Sirocco, J/130, Lee Pryor, Oceanside

3. Galatea, Island Packet 380, Doug Hounshell, Berkeley

4. Sally Lightfoot, Corsair 31 UC, Paul Martson, Ventura

5. Trim, Del Rey 50, Ken Newell, Irvine

6. Dolfin, Crealock 37, William Meanley, San Diego

7. Moondance, Canadian Sailcraft 34, Niels Frommann, Santa Clara

8. Sabbatical, Mason 33, Bill Thompson, Long Beach

9. Meshach, 45-ft custom tri, Thor & Tanya Temme, Nawiliwili, Kauai, HI

10. Norwegian Steam, Jason 34, Alan Westhagen, Seattle, WA

11. Cuba Libre 3, Catalina-Morgan 440, Orlando Duran, Marina del Rey

12. Laura, Bristol 41.1, Michael Michel, Richmond

13. SeaFox, Sabre 452, Jim Hurst, Sausalito

14. Gato Go, Kennex 445 cat, Craig Wiese, San Diego

15. Mykonos, Swan 44, Myron Eisenzimmer, San Francisco

16. Pipe Dream IX, J/160, William Piper, Miami, FL

17. Siempre Sabado, Westsail 28, Stephen Yoder, Newport, OR

18. The Brass Ring, Sun Chaser 58 cat, Robert Brass, Toledo, OR

19. Stray Cat, Seawind 1000 cat, Harold Dean, San Francisco

20. Mai Pen Rai, Islander 36, Noble Brown, Benicia

21. Astraea, Cheoy Lee 41, Robert Moon, San Francisco

22. Grace, Beneteau Oceanis 393, Paul Witzke, Portland, OR

23. Virago, Catalina 470, Paul Goss, Alameda

25. Serenity, Tayana 52 DS, Gordon Cornett, Ventura

26. Mulan, Grand Soleil 39, Susan Karda, Vancouver, BC

27. Proximity, Swan 41, Rod Lambert, San Francisco

28. Nalu IV, Lapworth 48, Kent Miller, Los Angeles

29. Reverence, Tayana 58, Jason Scott, San Pedro

This is a really good sign, because 5 has always been my lucky number.
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Oh, Trim! We're excited for you!

Actually, thrilled to hear that you'll be doing the Baja Haha this year as you leave the area. What a great way to start your trip.

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We should meet-up in SD in October...know any good places to eat near the water?
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We should meet-up in SD in October...know any good places to eat near the water?
There are lots of great places near the water. Many of the Haha boats anchor at Glorietta Bay (off the Coronado golf course) which means different choices than if you're at the Cruisers' Anchorage or a visitors' slip on Shelter Island....do you know where you'll be?

Our favorite, FAVORITE place in San Diego is Fiddlers' Green on Shelter Island where the seared Ahi Tuna w/Wasabi Aiole is totally awesome. A lot of cruisers enjoy going there, too.

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I will rely on you to tell me where we should anchor or slip since you are the local expert...no pressure or anything!

I once kept a boat in Coronado Cays and on the public mooring near the airport...that is about all I know of Sna Diego harbor...plus I was 22ish and couldn't afford much eating out.
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I shouldn't let this out, but...

South Beach Bar and Grill in Ocean Beach. Get the Grilled Wahoo tacos. It's a short taxi ride from either Shelter Island or Mission Bay.

Don't try to go Friday or Saturday night. The best time is weekdays for lunch.

Also in Ocean Beach: Hodads for burgers and chocolate shakes.
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Oh, SBB&G...been there during lunch yum.

I don't know if I've been to the other place--I had a friend who lived in OB in the 80's and I spent a lot of time with her there. I remember a great pizza place and a great burger place but don't recall which/where.
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