|Pretty much how the radar looked all day yesterday, except usually rain was on top of us|
This was before the rain really set in for the day...nothing like having good amigos around on boats...I have a feeling the rain didn't stop the parties. Not a bit. Sometimes there will be 10 or more boats rafted up, and at Dakity, there might be, but it's been too hazy/rainy to really get a good photo from my yard.
While sailors rarely raft up unless necessary, these folks thrive on it. Did I mention Puerto Ricans know how to party? No matter what? Most of these boats (and people!) come over from the big island and congregate here, or Dakity, or a few other weather protected small bays. Yes, Culebra is a good place to be and on holidays (which, in July, every weekend is a PR holiday of some kind) will find the Puerto Rican navy in port.
This morning in the yard, I was thinking about my neem trees. I was given these trees at the same time, by the same person. They have grown wildly differently. One looks...like a regular tree. The other looks like a mad bush gone on steroids. And now, they have different colored blooms. I don't know why, unless it's a male/female thing and that's a guess. But I bet some of my science smart friends know the real reason. Do tell!
The papayas have also gone crazy, beautifully crazy. If we ever have sun again, there should be fruit...for the iguanas and birds, who usually beat me to them.
Have a safe and happy 4th of July! Do something forthrightly.