Friday Finds: Photos without a Home

We have just past our Six Months on the Road mark, and we’ve spent 14 of those weeks here at Los Frailes.  Everette arrived home safely yesterday from 2 weeks business/family trip to BC & OR, and we are now busy packing up to pull up the stakes on Saturday.  It’s a big job to pack after we were so ‘settled’ for 3.5 months.

For where, we aren’t yet sure, but eventually north back to the States.

We are packing with excitement, sadness and apprehension.  We’ve so enjoyed being here.  The water sports have been great for so many members of the family.  We’ve had good community here with gringos and our Mexican friend, Adrian.  We’ve learned lots of new things here and had new experiences both good and bad….our rattlesnake adventures, jellyfish stings, progressing in bird and fish identification.  We’ve learned to do things differently, make different choices than I otherwise thought we would i.e.., I was adamantly against using sun screen in Canada but now that we are under the tropical sun for endless hours a day and gotten some nasty burns on the face we’ve started using waterproof stuff in specific places.  Never say Never!!

Anyways, here’s various pics that haven’t found their own place to be displayed yet, but want to be placed here with our other Los Frailes pictures before we move on.  I consider this sort of a scrapbook/journal of sorts for us, keeping our memories digital in a sense.

More pics to come over the weekend.

Bubble face

Bubble face

near Cabo Pulmo

near Cabo Pulmo

Driving with (not always) happy children

Driving with (not always) happy children

 

Danaka

Danaka

Anders likes to make himself sink to the bottom by holding onto a big rock.

Anders likes to make himself sink to the bottom by holding onto a big rock.

Mitchell trying out the GoPro on his surfboard

Mitchell trying out the GoPro on his surfboard

Empty fishing camp just over the dunes from us.  Tiburon (shark) season ended April 30th.

Empty fishing camp just over the dunes from us. Tiburon (shark) season ended April 30th.  Moist air brings fog from the south.

VIEW FROM OUR KITCHEN:
Anders inspecting a map of the surfer's beaches

Anders inspecting a map of the surfer’s beaches

6 thoughts on “Friday Finds: Photos without a Home

  1. HI Karen and family.

    So lovely to see your faces. I can imagine that it is with mixed emotions that you are leaving your home near the beach. Happy trails along the next steps.
    Hugs to you all.
    Leslie and Jim

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