Wednesday, April 04, 2007

A quick spring trip

We finally had some time to get to Mexico after spring break was over. The weather was beautiful, the food was great, the crowds were gone and we explored more than usual. Isn't this a great curio shop?
We drove around in circles for 45 mins trying to find the dirt road to the restaurant at the top of this hill.
Yea! We finally found it and the view was spectacular though we were a little amused once we were up so high to see that the town that seemed to have so many streets when we were driving in circles, was actually not very big. We ate out on the patio...
and watched the sun set...

Out at the house the pelicans were everywhere...
Along with lots of seagulls...
We sat and viewed the stars on the patio each night...
... and explored on the rocks and tidepools below each day.

I wonder what stories this old boat could tell?

8 comments:

Rowyn said...

Fantastic photos. Love the curio shop! Looks like you had a wonderful trip.

Barbara said...

Whereabouts in Mexico were you? We went down for a few days about 11 years ago and I was ... amazed. I've never been anywhere like it.

Your pictures are great, btw! :)

Cindy said...

Great pictures! Sounds like you had a wonderful time :) Which part of Mexico was this?

Hazel said...

What a lovely blog you have. Who designed your companion piece for tools below? It is very pretty. xx

joann in TX said...

next time your at that curio shop pick me up a couple of those ceramic suns if they're not too expensive! i used to have one but it got knocked off the wall and broke. :(

tho it might cost more to mail them to me than they cost in mexico! :)

looks like you had a fun trip!

tricia said...

Your view is STUNning - can't believe you aren't down there more often with your needle in hand and your feet on the rail!!!

joann in TX said...

i think we need to plan a stitching retreat to here sometime....do we all need to go get our passports?

andrea said...

Great pictures Deborah, looks like Heaven!

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