October 10, 2005
Morro Bay to Port San Luis
We departed Morro Bay at 1100 for a short 22 mile run to Port San Luis, another open anchorage. The trip was uneventful and the day was sunny. We dropped the hook at about 1400 and put out both flopper stoppers to reduce the rolling from the small southerly swells coming in. PSL is an interesting place with several piers to service ships and commercial fishing boats. We anchored between two piers.
After settling for the afternoon, we had lunch and shared a bottle of wine. The day at anchor was comfortable and some time later, both sailboats, Chaitanya and Sandpiper, showed up and spent the night there as well.
We will leave early tomorrow morning and so went to bed early after reading and discussing our future plans and ports.