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... and Nancy came to ask permission to include a big fish fry in the event. They ask permission…. Ha! Her fish fries are legendary and we are thrilled! They live in Mexico all winter and catch fish to bring back here. It is yummy…. we know this having been gifted some of their catch as well as having been guests at one of her big fish parties. Love my neighbors.
I have just made flyers for my teaching business to put up locally. ...
... this far!
The weather has been cold at night, but lovely during the day. In past January trips we had to deal with mud and rain, so the drought is kind of a plus for us right now. Long term, not such a good thing, but the nice weather has made this trip much easier.
The Tiki Bar is currently out of order so we are about to head down to our pal Rosie’s house with a bottle of wine, and we will have us a nice Sunday afternoon ...
... drywall in the rain is a no go. (The word DRYwall is the big clue here.) If it gets wet it swells up and turns to mush. We can only hope the rain lets up long enough for us to get to town and stock up, then get it inside.
Today we started the insulation. The ceiling is a minor drag, but Dave has invented a great one-man tool to hold the stuff up while I staple it; he cuts and stuffs it in place, I follow behind with the staple gun. With a ...
... thigh. He just flapped his 6 foot wingspan a bit, startling Andrew, and sat there. He was probably thankful we finally moved on.
Next stop was Fort Bragg, another creepy little Northern California port town. It was home to some huge lumberyards. We ate at a barbeque place on 101 called Q. It had very decent food at very high prices, but I was hungry. Behind the restaurant are a few trailers filled with guys on bikes riding around with suspicious packages. ...
... Our incredible neighbors, Harry & Nancy not only invited us for the customary Sunday morning Waffles, they had us over for a fish fry party that evening. It was wonderful! They catch the fish during their winters in Baja, and feast on it the rest of the year. I met some great new folks and we had a blast. And the FISH was deLISH!! Stay tuned for the next installment of the Monte Rio Saga when it continues in November.
Be well and happy!