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... built, not the sequence in which they stand now. It is easy to get lost here, though the village is still small enough (600 households) that wandering in circles remains pleasurable.
But my year here hasn't been a time of being lost. It is said around here that "People don't discover Loreto. Loreto finds us." And in the micro sense of that, some invisible hand seemed also to be at play in connecting me with the owner of this house.
Re-placing oneself is, in ...
... we make extra preparations in our own place, and we pray for every living being south and west of us. There is a long time to wait.
June 8 POSTSCRIPT: Blanca has lessened to a Tropical Storm by the time it hits us. We remain safe and sound, though massive amounts of rainfall wash out the road in several places between our town and the next. We could not drive out of here even if we wanted to. Cleanup begins. Tension evaporates.
... seems to be true totem messengers.
One, for me, arrived in December. My companion noticed and brought that giraffe home to spend Christmas with us and to live with me for years, a light-hearted reminder of the joy that can be experienced with sticking one's neck out and stepping forward.
Now, another beast has arrived. I burst out laughing. She has one leg way up in the air. She is nowhere close to a running stride. She seems to ...
... of his grandmother, gone for five years now. The mountains that shelter the whole village -- the Sierra de la Giganta -- are like another grandmother presence over the hamlet, watchful and protective, nourishing also. His diving friend is an avid hiker. This man begins to talk about the trails on the mountains and the waterways of the Sierras.
We are learning as well, as the panga skims the sea, of various forms of life in the water. These men know a lot.
... has an extinct volcano on it which is reported to have a trail up to the summit. We tried to find it but when we ran into a rock field about 50 yards wide, we decided avoidance was called for over sore feet and possible sprained ankles.
Next stop, the town of Loreto. What a quaint spot. So far, this is our favorite town here on the Baja peninsula. Loreto has a church that was established by the Jesuits in 1697. The mission they established, ...