Desert Inn San Ignacio
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... rocks, we spot schools of foot long needle fish in the channel. We slow and drop anchor to try out this spot. There is a guy camping on the beach of Dog Island that has made himself a low palapa from drift wood and a blue plastic tarp. He has a small cook fire still smoldering away after cooking, hopefully, fish for breakfast,
We both end up losing all our tackle on the rocks on the bottom, including the weights and leaders. Rather than ...
... the tides. Low tide yesterday gave us at least a 100 yards of wet sand to the water.
We snorkeled yesterday just off the rocks to the north of our casita. Sadie does not like it when we snorkel, so we left her in the house with a bone stuffed with bread and peanut butter. She howled for a little while telling us that she did not appreciate her forced separation and then went back to her bone.
Snorkeling close on our cove is not up ...
... feel like ****, you don't really want to do anything. When you are dehydrated, you get dizzy when you stand up. When you are dizzy and try to stand, you fall down. So, I stayed horizontal and slept and read.
We actually read some pretty good books. I would find a good book, or Bobby would, and we would both read the book. Like being in a book club, but actually reading the book, and then, not going to book club ...
... we have a big storm and the cable goes out, the electric goes out, the roads don't get plowed and we get to camp out at home and cozy up to the fireplace, play games, read books all for a few days and then everything pretty much gets back to normal.
Here, it is definitely a constant reminder that anything that can go wrong, will go wrong, just wait. And when it does go wrong, there is very little to do but wait. Wait ...
... French style. Add to that some colorful, Caribbean-like paint jobs. We stopped at Gustave Eiffel's, erector set, church that was sent in pieces from France. Interesting that this was designed in the 1890s because it looks very much like an airplane hanger you would find today at a rural airport. We walked the 2 or three main streets of the El Centro district. I was amazed at how many hardware stores and autoparts stores ...