Halloween11/01/2008, Marina Mazatlan
A host of "Hooligans"
the beast10/20/2008, marina mazatlan
I am somtimes refered to as "Perkins" or "Vroom Vroom" or sometimes when I just dont feel like working, Mike and Julie call me very bad names!! But mostly I am refered to as "The Beast" and I thought I would give Julie and Mike a thrill. After they left me for 6 months, I started up on the first try and even did my impression of purring like a kitten. Yeah!!
hot fashion210/17/2008, marina mazatlan
and I just have crazy lady hair!!
hot fashion10/17/2008, marina mazatlan
When it is this hot and humid, our sense of fashion goes out the window(not that we ever had any!) Mike has taken to wearing a do-rag.
Its hot!10/03/2008, Marina Mazatlan
Costco had a freestanding air conditioner on sale this summer for $ 69.95. We passed. Were dumbasses.
Our boat protector10/03/2008, Marina Mazatlan
This is our security system for the boat. While he may look small he is very fierce. He is also bilingual, which is one more than us.
More strange things you see on the road10/03/2008, Mexican Hwy 15 South of Obregon
Hassle Free Zone?10/03/2008, Mex Hwy 15 South of Guaymas
Several years ago the Mexican Goverment made the stretch of road between the boarder at Nogalas and Guaymas, Sonora a vehicle permit free zone If you travel any further you need to get a Temporary Import for your car. It takes about 30 minuets to get and cost about $30 bucks. There is quite a large gringo population in San Carlos just North of Guaymas so this is a major comvience for them. We never thought is was a big deal.
Didnt last long09/28/2008, Encinitas, Ca
Told ya! You just cant keep the van empty for long. We are leaving in the morning for Mazatlan. It's a 3 day drive stoping in Tucson and San Carlos. The last leg from San Carlos to Mazatlan is the worst. 500 miles of hot and flat. Did I mention that we dont have AC in the Van?
Fill er up!09/25/2008, Encinitas California
Have a good look. You won't see this again. What is it? Why, its an empty van. Our trusty Dodge Caravan nicknamed Morrison (get it, Van Morrison) is eargerly awaiting a full load of stuff. All summer long we have been ordering more stuff to take to the boat. Sometimes the pile seems larger than the entire van. Today we had a test fitting and found that we were going to need to either leave something at home or do a better job of packing. Repacking won out. We spent the morning consolidating boxes and ended up with some more room. Yea! We can get more junk now.
Happily unemployed09/25/2008, Encinitas California
Closing Day at Del Mar was September 3rd and Julie and I are now happily unemployed. We are busy getting all of our stuff togather for our yearly pilgrimage to Mazatlan. Its going to be way too hot when we get there but I'm sure that the Pacificos will be ice cold.
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