Sunday, December 16, 2018

Friday, December 7, 2018

We Went for a Ride

One of my new neighbors took me for a drive down the beach in his little car. We saw many interesting things left on the beach from hurricane Rosa in September.

His little car.


Remember this guy?  His cousin lives in the hole in the next picture

and those are his foot prints in the sand

Sea turtle egg site marked for its protection

Thursday, December 6, 2018

I've Moved to the Beach

Just pictures today.

Standing on the sand dune looking to RV,
Bubba has run back to rv you can see his tail, but here's Missy

standing in same spot looking at Gulf of California.

Same spot looking towards town of San Carlos, MX.

You don't see me

now you do.

After being here for several days it was time to let the kitties go.  
Here's Missy sitting in the spot where I was standing
 for the other pictures.

And Bubba

We like it here, there are several other RVs parked around and we all visit and keep an eye on things.  This is a free for all area so it's first come gets the best spots and I have one of the nicest.  I plan on staying here until the end of January.

Thursday, November 22, 2018

Happy Thanksgiving from Beautiful San Carlos, Mexico

I'd like to wish my readers a Happy Thanksgiving, where ever you are.  I have so much to be thankful for.  Not a day goes by that I don't thank my lucky stars for everything I have and for where I am.  

I hope you all are able to spend time with your friends and family and have a great meal too.

Evelyn, Bubba and Missy

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

I Think We Need a Map

At the right end of the blue line is the Totonaka RV Park, I'm not staying there but I thought it was a good place to start.  Moving to the left, the first red arrow is La Palapa Griega where we eat lunch watching the dolphins.  Continuing to the left is the harbor and as you can see it's very sheltered.  Moving on down the road, around the curve and up the hill and down the dirt road is the beach with the gravely sand and clear water.  And all the way to the left, about 5 minutes away, is The Soggy Peso Bar where we went sunday to listen to a nice little band.  I'll post the link to this map at the end of the blog so you can check it out more if you want.

As you can see on the map, the Soggy Peso is on a small bay.  It was a bit windy when we were there and there were 3 windsurfers going around and around our little bay. What more could you want, a cafe/bar on the beach with boats coming and going and windsurfers for entertainment. 

Some people boat in for music and dinner.

There they go paddling their way back to their boat, 
with a windsurfer in background.

And there they go with their dinghy up out of the water behind them.  

Dinner companions, who shall remain nameless,
because what happens in Mexico stays in Mexico.

That's all for now.


Saturday, November 10, 2018

Having More Fun on the Beach in San Carlos, Mexico

Lunch at Hammerheads bar and cafe yesterday at the harbor.

The other day I posted this picture of Tetakawi Mountain

Here it is from the other side.  And we went to that beach

And this is the water.  A bit gravely but the water was nice.

Two boats and 16 pelicans, looking towards Baja California, too far away to see.
How often do you get a chance to be at flight level with pelicans?

Today back to Palapas for lunch and some Dolphin watching.

It's really hard to get a picture of a dolphin, but I gave it a try.

There were several dolphins just cruising up and down the beach and in the background you see that white on the water?  There was a group of them out there feeding.

See you later.  Don't forget, all pictures are taken with my iPhone 7plus.

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Went to the Beach

Went to the beach today.  OMG the water is so beautiful.

There were 6 of us there, you can see the 4 others in this picture.
Looking back towards town with it's forked mountain.

Also walked around an old abandoned building.

Looking towards town

Looking away from town to a fresh water lagoon

Also went back to Rosa's, the lady doing my visa paperwork and signed many forms, now we wait while she sends them off to Mexico City and they send something back to her.  Three weeks or so.

Here's some local wildlife.

So long for now.