Las Casitas Hotel
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... in. The only problem with that was that the next morning I had to wade out in chest deep cold water while the tide was still in and move Panga Lilianna back into the shallow anchorage. Fun, not. But, I did get to see a small loggerhead turtle and scare up a tons of stingrays in my wade to the boat.
Early this morning we took out the Tango kayak for one last run. We fed Sadie and got off on an ...
... time. Not all the time. I know where my stuff is.
At home, I am known as the finder. When ever Bobby or one of the kids loses something, they ask me, and I sometimes just tell them, "I think it's in the blah, blah, by the blah, blah." Other times, I say I will keep my eye out for it. Some how, I keep a running mental record where stuff is. If I see something is in a place where it should not be, I move it to where ...
... week is still happening next week. If you don't have junk food around, you lose a few pounds. If you have to carry a five gallon water bottle up the steps every few days, you build up some muscles you don't normally use. Its all part of the adventure, but it would be nice, for a day, when everything worked, as it should. Because, then you don't have to plan your day around what is not working. Yes, we are victims of comfort.