Desert Inn at Loreto
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... how one could make a killing with an ice store down here.
I stayed on the Big Cat with Captain Juan and Daniel. After a few hours the others returned with the ice, and Daniel prepared an exquisite chicken dinner. Later we stood on deck, awed by yet another sunset.
We awoke Monday am to prepare to head back towards home. This was the northernmost point of our trip, some 125 miles from La Paz. We were to start our ...
We spent all day Friday at anchorage in Aqua Verde. All of the big boats pulled out in the morning, headed north to Puerto Escondido. Along with a couple of sailboats, we had the place to ourselves. Some of us went swimming, Tracy took the paddle-board out, and we all kicked back with cold beers and tunes blaring. Daniel grilled us gormet hamberguesas with homemade fries for lunch. Afterwards we were treated to an afternoon rain shower ...
... make me happy.
So why is this tide coming in?
The desert here is vast. The mountains are austere. The sea is chameleon like. I cannot say that I have been living in a small town or a hamlet. I have been living in vastness.
And in it, something unnameable has been unleashed in me, never to be bound again. I am travelling now with a greater realization that nothing, absolutely nothing, is claimable. Everything emerges from, ...
... a road accident expose me to medics.
We have a washing machine in our Mexican house and for that I am grateful. No low-energy front-loading machines in this outback. They are beasts here, with agitators as fierce as the winds can be on the Sea of Cortez. A gentle load of cotton duds produces enough lint for me to consider making my own felted hand towels. All of our garments get thinner and thinner by the week. It is a useful accommodation to Mexican summers, but I am a ...
... in South Dakota. Massive heads, carved by nature, appear in many places, as do entire giant figures. Stone castles, rock cathedrals, parades of hoodoos, caves, canyons and arches also abound.
See the link to hiking guide Richard Hunt's blog in my December 14, 2014 post, for some gorgeous shots of nearby canyons. ("Canyon Forays")
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