Monday, Nov. 29, 2010
We are feeling almost normal now except for Eric’s little issue with La Tourista. Not horrible, but annoying and the only thing that really calms it is “Mucho Pacifico” and of course some Treda.
I caught up on news with our friends here and everyone is doing fine. Sam & Rita have a new dog “Chico” a little Jack Russell crossed with ? He’s about 11 months old and got neutered after they got here. Much cheaper so a good idea. Chico is keeping Sam busy marching around the park and he is always looking for something to chase or dig up! Chico, not Sam! There is a resident iguana living under the pad behind us so that is of great interest to him. We’re looking forward to some Harley riding with them but I guess Chico will have to stay home.
Pat is always busy doing something and is quite crafty to boot! Here she is busy doing her mosaic stone, she has quite a few other ones at her rig that she’s done. Very nice. What a great smile Pat!
I must get busy and do something too. Maybe I’ll go back to painting although it has been 30 years, so we’ll see. I always find it interesting to see what hobbies and interests people have. Pat is all ready for Wii bowling this year so don’t forget your bowling shirts! Oh wait a minute, it was me who had the bowling shirt. Well, not really, just a dopey Canadian tee-shirt.
A couple of rigs from Vancouver Island pulled in yesterday and will stay 1 week, 1 month ? Very nice people and I was surprised that one of the ladies (Linda) knew who I was from my blog. She said it was good to read about what was happening in Las Jaibas and our trip to Mazatlan so that was nice to hear. You just never know who is going to read your blog.
Hal & Helene are a delight as usual, really good to have as neighbors. Helene was finishing up some sewing projects yesterday and is always busy with something.
Dick and Val are getting an addition put on their patio so the gravel truck was here to make a drop.
Tomorrow we are going to have pizza night on Sam & Rita’s and Hal & Helene’s suggestion so that should be fun. It’s always nice to get a night off from cooking!
Oh, I forgot to mention that Arnoldo doesn’t have his little restaurant here any more. Apparently he couldn’t afford Felipe’s monthly rent so he had to move somewhere cheaper since there isn’t that much business here anymore. Too bad, we’ll all miss him.
We have a new park manager, Pepe, a youngish Mexican who is fluent in English and a very personable guy. He has made a point of introducing himself to everyone and says that he’d be happy to help with anything we need. A very nice guy.
We had some late arrivals when it was almost dark 6:45 p.m. , a truck and camper pulling a boat, small trailer, big 5th wheel and two motorhomes. They all quickly rolled in and parked so I guess they knew what they were doing. Not our choice as that drive would be too long for us. It turns out they came from Guaymas and are on their way to La Penita.