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It's Warming Up at the Coast!!!

Our winter is being slowly replaced by the beginnings of our Summer weather...we still have the onshore breeze that keeps us cool when it's hot, but the winds have died down, and the air holds some more heat at night, but still lets you pull up the covers.

With the Kid's Christmas Party just a few days away, Roxanne is making lists of lists, and still had time to trim our little tree, which will be included in  Papa Noel's "workshop", where he gives each child a gift bag full of goodies, and poses for the child's annual photo...

Rox took this shot in the evening...

Sometimes you just have to shoot a cloud photo...I will let you imagine what I was seeing in this pretty cloud...

We are always amused when we visit Cuenca, where the culture would never wear shorts, which we all live in here at the Coast...In this reversal, you see a huge contingent of indigenous folks from the mountains,  taking a look at the huge catch being reeled in by hand by our local men.  Shiny shoes and black long pants didn't stop them from getting right in the action, even getting all over the truck to see the fish as they were loaded up.

 

We just had to put in a latest sunset photo...now all we need in the "green flash"...

 

How about this "moonshot" Rox took a few nights ago...

 

Coquita regards all of the stuff that we have all over the house in preparation for the Kid's Party, as sort of like "moving"...she wants to make sure that she has her toys with her, when we go... 

Same day before toys were straightened up...

Dale, our new friend and long-time guest, helps out unloading one of numerous loads of goodies for the Kids...

 Things are definitely "heating up" here at the Coast, so stay tuned for lots of fun photos in the next 10 days...

Posted on Wed, December 12, 2012 at 12:09AM by Registered CommenterBob & Roxanne | CommentsPost a Comment

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