Thursday, March 03, 2005

Tecolote Beach, La Paz, Baja California, Sur ... Day 11, 12 and 13 ... what happened to Day 10? Had to look at the trip roster for that one. Yes.

Day 10 ... We spent the night in an RV park in Puerto Escondido. This was a back-in place and so, deep breath ... Marilyn took the wheel for the FIRST time and with help and proper instruction she successfully backed in the rig!

Another comment about RV travel .... here are the "toads" or "tags." In RV speak: towed vehicles. These are unhooked usually before entering an RV park and here they all are lined up.

For dinner we walked down the road a bit to a lovely little restaurant where we watched some beautiful goats, a mama and one-month old babies cavorting on the lawn while waiting for the troops to gather ...

I was so fascinated with the coloring on the multi-baby, and they wouldn't stop moving long enough to take a picture with all three in the same frame, so here's another shot of that colorful baby.

Also while waiting to go in for dinner ... a peek at the pool.

We enjoyed the salsa and fresh fish ... and I have declared this to be the best salsa in all of Baja ... so far .... I thought the party salsa was the best, but I don't know. It could be a tossup.

After dinner some had a little campfire talk, and I came back to the rig to work on this blog.

The takeoff time this morning? 7 a.m., egads. I thought this was retirement, hehe. This is our 7-hour driving day.

But it was worth it. We saw the most spectacular sunrise over the mountains and some water, barely visible.

You know what? I don't know where this picture was taken. It is entitled "First View of the Sea of Cortez."

Our welcome to La Paz is the Whale's Tail ...

We wound around the waterfront in La Paz ...

The Guardian of the Harbor ...

And arrived in Tecolote around 3 p.m.

We are now parked ON the beach .... some rigs are in the high rent district with a view ... we have a peek at the water from the balcony, tho, so does that count?

View from the bathroom window ...

Dinner on our own. How about leftovers?

... All that we are is the result of what we have thought. ...

Our prayer each morning as we take off:

The Light of God Surrounds us,
The Love of God Enfolds us,
The Power of God Protects us,
The Presence of God Watches over us.
Wherever we are, God is, and all is well.

And so it is.

~~Sweet dreams~~

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