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... by one of its owners, I was able to experience for a few days the stillness and beauty of a place called San Basilio. I was there for a retreat of the writers' group, a diverse group which has been for me such a fine aspect of community in Loreto.
San Basilio is no town, no pueblo magico, though magic deserves to be in its name. The place called San Basilio is ten thousand acres wedged between the two-lane Transpenjnsular Highway and the eastern shore ...
... pedicure, but desperately wants one.
- After 40 KM of bone jarring washboard ruts we're still cool.
- Asking for peanut butter in Spanish doesn’t make us laugh any more.
- Bill drank almost 200 beers and still lost weight.
- Squeezing oranges for juice is a work of love.
- Bobby ...
... Isla Blanco and caught 3 medium sized spotted sea bass, but still too small to eat. I cut up the smallest one for bait and we ended up throwing the other two back. Grow big little fishy, we will be back for you.
Although the morning water was like glass, the afternoon got a bit choppy. Of course we did not quit fishing soon enough and it was a wet ride coming back into the Posada cove. I have to admit ...
... had the energy to get up after midnight, get dressed, take Sadie, trudge down to the wifi, just to see if it will work. Hopefully, we will be in Arizona, New Mexico or Texas in the desert with cell service and stars on the trip back.
The moon was full last night, which blocked out most of the stars until after moonset. The moon shadows were eerie. Bright enough to read a paperback. Because our cove is so shallow, it's easy to see how the ...
... if you really put your foot into it, it would turn solid red. I was in awe.
I think that hearing stories of my Uncle Hugo and then meeting this mysterious man, plus seeing this marvelous car instilled in me a wanderlust. A lifelong curiosity that the other side of the world is incredibly interesting, with amazing things you can never see if you just stay at home.
So, how does a Cancer with Gemini on the ...