Los Pelicanos Hotel
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... of uric acid and salt water. The salt causes the uric acid to calcify and the hoses become filled with the calcium deposits. Poor Rick. He spent literally a full day battling to
remove the hoses and then once removed, whacking and scraping the interiors to dislodge the
deposits. Of course the hoses were under the sink so he didn't have much elbow room and his
forearms look like he'd been playing with a baby lion. To say they were scratched is an
... no amount of glue or tape can fix it. Lucky for us, in lots of ways, the kids are coming down on Saturday. So we ordered a new camera and sippy cups, had Amazon deliver to kids, and they will bring them down. Also, asked for a mechanical pencil. Do you know how hard it is to sketch without a sharp pencil? We have pencils, but not a good sharpener. Life is rough down here. Anyway, few pictures accompany this blog until new camera time next week.
... it but she got through it. I think she said had she read the ending first she would have put it down.
I also reread "Celtic Crossroads," The Art of Van Morrison, by Brian Hinton written in 1996, from my own collection of the on road reading. Van, of course did not care for the book at all, and he later wrote a song about it on the album Back on Top called "New Biography," The song's lyrics voice ...
... dark. I speak, not from experience, but from the countless number of roadside shrines that dot Mex 1 all the way from Tijuana to Cabo. So long before dusk, we headed back to Posada to catch the sun going down. Also, we had heard that the international space station would be crossing directly over our little bay between 6 and 6:30. By George it did and we saw it whiz by! It took two minutos to cross the clear blue sky ...
... of Americans and be less afraid of big dogs. We made it back to Posada Concepcion just as the sun was setting and with a quarter tank of petrol. I feel good that trouble did not find us and that we were able to help a Mexican family stuck in the middle of no where. Well, not, no where, it was somewhere. We had an adventure Sunday, but I think we'll stick to pavement for awhile. No sense pushing our luck. Trouble just may find us, I see you behind that ...