More boats were beginning to crowd into San Francisco so we hopped north Punta Salinas the site of an abandoned salt flat, though it looked like some of these VERY large ponds were still in production. These beaches were long with Josh spending hours looking for that conch shell for his collection, no luck this time. Our next jump was to a small anchorage behind Punta San Telmo. We are constantly amazed by the geography of this coastline. From a distance it has a familiar look but up close every few miles new amazing rock formations would show themselves. From sandstone shelves, limestone bands full of shells, conglomerates of all size and shapes we loved wandering the shoreline. We had out first Baja beach fire dinner with Josh doing an amazing job of gathering fire wood!