Hotel San Buenaventura
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... 60 Pinguinos and still lost weight.
- Sadie has learned to sneak up on the herons before she chases them across the water.
- We’ve read so many books we don’t keep track.
- Our days are planned by the wind and tides.
- The binoculars and camera are always within a quick ...
... the prop with Bobby's fishing line as she was trolling. However, I was able to unspool the line from the prop and get all the knots and tangles out so I did not have to cut the line.
The tide was way out when we got back into the cove and the buoy that we normally tie up to was already on the sand. Randy has a deep water buoy and so, I dropped Bobby and Sadie and tied Lilianna up out further and ...
... standards, but still interesting. There are tons of sponges. Orange and brown. Some looking like the drippy sand castles, others look like decaying pumpkins. The fish are small. A few bright Sargent majors, otherwise not much color. The skates were hanging in the algae as the wind had produced a bit of chop. They hide well in the sand and you really need to be careful not to catch a tail whip as they skitter away from you. When you are walking in ...
... contend with wonder lust? You have to take your home with you. Like a turtle or a hermit crab. You have to have some semblance of home with you. Sadie has her bone and a red, white and blue rope. Where ever those toys are, that's home. I have pockets. Lots of pockets to store gear. In cargo shorts, in seatbacks in the X. In rooftop boxes, in boxes under the deck. I stash stuff, here and there. I have my stuff. And, most ...
... water truck to come so you can flush the toilet. Wait for the gas man to come so you can heat water to wash dishes. Wait for me to find some way to jerry rig what broke. Wait until you get used to it not working. It takes some getting used to.
On the other hand, we have read a lot of books. You find out you really don't need to check in on the news every few hours, it really doesn't change that much. Whatever was ...