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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... bait on when casting and so the fish don't strip your hook clean. Sure enough, the chopped grouper got us a nice sized trigger fish. And I got the hook out without getting bit. Sharp teeth those triggers. So we had trigger for dinner fresh caught and it was damn tasty. Mild, texture like trout, but not as sweet.
So, some days do go better than you could have planned. And, I still have a few pay it forwards owed to me, just in ...
... of half Mexican and half American. And of course a beer, Negra Modelo, por favor. The town square was buzzing with a local jazz band,. Well, jazz sax and accordian, playing jazzy Mexican tunes, very different.
We did not go in for the drunken bachanella as you would have expected. Driving in Baja after dark is not recommended. The semitractor trailers, own Mex 1 at night. You do not want to be tipsy and driving Mex 1 ...