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... on a paddle board for a good core workout as well as a fresh investigation of sea life, perambulation after that.
I call that a little OCD but, hey, under the Chinese horoscope, my own nature is that of a water snake. I am easily inclined to sloth on a hot rock or a slow swim in placid waters.
There is a tree in our back garden here that we didn't think would make it through the winter, battered as it was by Hurricane Odile last September. But it ...
The Mission of Loreto was the first of the mission built by the Jesuits. It gets it name from Loreto, Italy. Unfortunately, the original mission was destroyed by earthquakes and floods and has been rebuilt several times. We started our journey up the mountain with a stop to see a wild fig tree growing in the rocks. The flood waters from the hurricane last fall buried the cave paintings beneath 10 to 15 feet of rock. 20 miles up the mountain, is ...
... help to tag them.
If there was also a window the next day to hike the island before returning, we might have still done it. But, not trusting Catherine's hands to the hauling task (nor mine, give sea turtle weights), we have decided it is an expensive way to get cold and we could be ****** volunteers for the research team!
Determined to fill our year with firsts, however, we have let the research ...
... now on our counter, in preparation.
Then a day or two later, Catherine and I will turn to tamale making: a day to prepare the filling, another day to prepare the masa and husks and do the stuffing, wrapping and tying. It may be our Japanese neighbour who we invite to share tamales on Christmas Eve!
We are going to town today to search for a bird: if not a small turkey (expensive here), then a fine big organic roasting chicken. We will cook that on the ...
... br> Comfortable, I am free now to take fresh risks.
Week three held immigration snafus, plus interminable waits for telecommunications technicians (who still haven't shown up in week four), plus several more fix-it projects with the beautiful house, plus a fractured molar that is going to necessitate practising my Spanish with the reputedly handsome young dentist from Guadalajara.
This week, week four, feels like a second arrival. I try ...