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In the middle of our "Winter", we get a glorious "Summer" morning...

'Course, we wear shorts all thru our Winter, but it is a tad cooler than when the sun is shining more directly upon us...

We get more overcast now, but this morning, the sun was shining off the waves, the iguanas were already up, and the butterflies hatched from their cocoons (I think they wait until the sun hits them, so the new butterflies will have a head-start on life...). and Rox took this shot as the sun rising behind us, was casting a shadow of our Coconut palms on the beach...


She headed out for her walk wearing a hat to keep off the sun, while reflecting her image off the slick sand...


Lately, she has been carrying a little plastic sack to bring home shells...and today, it was a good thing she did!  She had three sand dollars (a record), and these nifty ones that would not have liked traveling in her pockets...


I took this shot last night during cocktail hour, and we commented that it was pretty late to be putting out the boat.  They didn't finish getting the boat rowed all the way around in the huge crescent until 6:30, which is just about dusk.  They attracted about 100 townspeople looking for a free fish or two.  We saw many of them walking home in the dark, with their bags weighted down by fish...not a lot, but enough to feed the family at home...


And...I took this shot of Rox and Coquita posing under the latest big deal advertising Montanita...(Notice that the "I" is in English...)

Posted on Thu, June 24, 2010 at 10:51AM by Registered CommenterBob & Roxanne | Comments1 Comment

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Reading this before I head off to work. Boy your day is going to be so much better than mine!!!!!!!!

Glad life is treating you right, Take care.

Shelagh and Peter

June 25, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterShelagh

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