Summer is wrapping up here in the Sunday Traveler’s corner of the world. Summer, slipping through my fingers, and through my mind’s eye. Only the picture in mind is of days and days of preparing for a move, the move, and the unpacking from the move; plus a few other assorted and sundry items of family business that seem to have gobbled up any thought of lazing about on a beach. The photo above was taken in Sayulita, Mexico, where I truly do remember lazing about and eating fish tacos in one of those chairs. A trip that began with last minute flight changes, running through airports to make connections, to finally get to our destination in Mexico….with the plane landing on the wrong runway. Aye chihuahua! More on that next week. But, as is our way, we’ve saved the best for last, and will take our summer vacation in the fall as we usually do, when we return to another tropical setting, a place that has our hearts wrapped around its aloha.
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Brought to our kitchen
coming from the vine
labor of the sun
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I took one last walk in the old neighborhood last Thursday before we moved on Friday. It was the bucolic little suburban neighborhood out on the edge of Northern California’s Central Valley country; a pretty good combination for me. But both my husband and I were ready for our move and change in living environment. Back to San Francisco’s East Bay and “civilization”, a fantastic vibrant life style; and we’ve moved back to apartment living, downsizing tremendously. I’m sure I’ll have more to say about this later. I’m eager to get out there with my camera….right after I unpack a few more boxes.
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Sitting in the central plaza in Valladolid, Mexico; in Yucatan.
I’m packing it up in earnest now, and moving to a new home over the next several days. I’ll be seeing you next week.
Life’s first adventures
begin in circles
picking up speed
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Las Vegas roller coaster at the New York New York
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