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Fun in Cuenca, a great drive home, and a wonderful reception from Mother Nature!

Our stay in Cuenca wasn't nearly long enough to have enough fun with everybody, but we got the business done that we needed to do.  We now have great looking brochures for 'Our Suite on the Beach", and we were able to get our Condo in Cuenca spiffed up.

We have had a couple of lookers, but so far no sale...so folks, if you can't make up your mind on which condo to buy in Cuenca, take a look at our...all you need to bring is your toothbrush!

We did get to have the biggest pizza I ever saw at a little pizza joint that Barbara and Howard found.  It actually reminded us of our little restaurant that we had for 20 years...

Nancy had a little B-Day, and here she is showing off a token of good wishes...

 

We had drinks on the deck, and Rich and Coquita continued their "relationship"...

We saw more llamas on the trip back than ever before...three "herds" of about 10 or more, all grazing by the road...

 

 We had left some jobs to be done, and were happy to see that the new lattice work was now treated and stained, to better stand up to our onshore flow of great smelling salt air...Here we are posing before Isidro planted all of these into their pots...

We were treated to a magnificent sunset in the evening--even saw a "Double Green Flash"!  Take a look... 

The sunset was so gorgeous all thru dinner, that I tried to show the effect it has on you while eating.  Here are two shots taken thru the window next to the dining table...

 

Here's the same shot without the flash...

 

It lasted so long, that we had to take one more shot after the fishing boats had lighted up on the horizon...

 

A good day in Paradise--You bet!!!

 

Posted on Sat, February 5, 2011 at 06:06AM by Registered CommenterBob & Roxanne | CommentsPost a Comment

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