Las Casitas Hotel
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... but Sadie decided to chum for fish and threw up her breakfast. Poor puppy. We took it easy for awhile and we gave her water and she seemed to feel better. The little fish loved it! We paddled around the back of Isla Sin Nombre and was rewarded with some great pelicans that we could really sneak up on in the kayak. We also snuck up on some nude sun bathers, but we did not get pictures. Unfortunately, Bobby had ...
... br> To others the fear of solitude.
Brave Helios wake up your steads,
Bring the warmth the countryside needs.
Moody Blues, Days of Future Past, 1967
I don't think I have ever had a time, or a long string of time, when I slept so deeply and dreamed so vividly. Usually, I am tossing and turning all night. I used to wake up with aches and pains in my back and neck and end ...
... good, the 10 horse Honda outboard doesn't go fast with 7 of us, including Sadie on board, but the water was pretty flat until we started back and even then, not much to worry about.
Kate and I are great card partners in Euchre and we all have enjoyed playing Wizard, a card game we got Paul when they were doing their road trip a few years back. Ryane and Cory are the best scrabble players. I made the now infamous Chili Rellanos, ...
... dinner we sampled a few of the beers I collected on the road trip. We drank bombers of the Hop Stoopid and the Eye Ball Ale from Lagunitas Brewing in Petaluma, California. The Hop Stoopid was great, more hop nose than taste, but a nice buzz at 9.5 % alcohol. Of course there were also many Pacificos and Negra Modelos along with the specialty ales. And we played Wizard, a card game we had gotten Paul and Kate on ...
... her projects! Will have to wait until next week to see them because . . . .
Last week I wrote about things always breaking down here. Well this week was no exception. We had two tragic deaths - the camera and Bobby's sippy cup. Not sure what happened with the camera, but new batteries, shaking it, pressing every button, won't make it turn on. For those of you that know Bobby well, her sippy cup is her lifeline to her coffee. The straw ...