Our home town team, the Seattle Seahawks, has enjoyed remarkable success since we left Seattle. Coincidence? Well let’s hope so, or our friends will probably not let us return. We arrived in Cabo San Lucas last year during the playoffs which were broadcast from dockside sports bars. In La Paz we shared the Superbowl romp with Seattle cruising friends. We caught much of this season’s end while in Barra de Navidad. Zorro’s in Zihuatanejo provided cheap drinks and a screen for the first play off game. At sea during the game against the Packers, an osprey sang out to us upon our arrival at Bahia San Agustin providing a tantalizing sign that our team would be back for the Superbowl. While we didn’t travel so far just to watch football on Sundays, we have enjoyed the connection that game time has provided to fellow Northwest cruisers, U.S. culture, and our hometown. Go Hawks!!
We happened upon this sign of the 12th Man while walking in Tronconnes last April.
Game day margaritas at Ramon’s, Barra de Navidad.
Apropo, home port Seattle, flies her 12th Man flag off Zihuatanejo.
Taima, the Seahawks’ seahawk.