Hotel Luna Loreto
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... out thanks to the choppy seas. Still, the serenity of this beautiful cove worked its magic, and after an hour or so we were ready to shove off for Puerto Las Gatos, another 36 nautical miles away. Rob decided to jump on Bottoms Up!, and Tracy and I would ride in the Big Cat with Captain Juan and Daniel. We pulled anchor, cleared the reef on the western edge of the island and headed north through the Canal de San Jose.
This 5 mile wide channel is framed by the ...
... We know that CFE may cut all power through much of Baja Sur to save the transformers before the ferocious winds hit and start pulling down power lines. For now, all is well.
Another news bulletin arrives. Blanca is again a Force 4 Hurricane, same as Odile was. As it flies northward, this hurricane will encounter colder water in the Pacific. We are all praying, those of us living in Baja Sur, that this hurricane will not spin eastward. If it ...
... us. When we arrived in the humid, hundred-degree heat of early October, the night air was filled with small dark moths. They flew in to be with us after the sun went down. Black field crickets sang to us. Week by week, the size and colouring of the moths that visited us changed. They came in various waves, including a three-week wave of moths as big as birds, black as luminous as Raven feathers, chocolate spots on their wings.
After these, I saw ...
The more I notice, the more I notice. That's the way it goes here -- and everywhere. Don't just do something; stand there! Notice, and you start noticing more.
This is one of the best aspects of living in a different country and not just passing through. It is having the time to walk the same land many times. It is the luxury of living without haste. It is everything being new and therefore all my senses going on high alert. It is a matter of ...
... now on our counter, in preparation.
Then a day or two later, Catherine and I will turn to tamale making: a day to prepare the filling, another day to prepare the masa and husks and do the stuffing, wrapping and tying. It may be our Japanese neighbour who we invite to share tamales on Christmas Eve!
We are going to town today to search for a bird: if not a small turkey (expensive here), then a fine big organic roasting chicken. We will cook that on the ...