|I got the camera operating a split second too late - after the captain lowered the sails|
|Someone please explain why that fine service area isn't being used except to sell water? The seats are comfortable, the windows big. Sitting inside isn't really my style but hey, now I can say I did.|
|The waiting area is being used at last!! Now if the cyclone fencing on the other half would come down, we might get away from the years long 'temporary construction holding pen' look.|
|Where all those boats hide out when not in Culebra waters.|
Yesterday morning seemed like it might be a repeat of those rainy days, but it wasn't. Heading to feed my own critters, the sun was playing roving spotlights. As is often the case, I could stop in the middle of the street and click away. So I did.
After cat and chicks were pleasantly full, the return trip (a whole 4 minutes or so) awaited. But a mind blowing rainbow was waiting too. At first I could only see a part of it but that part was gorgeous. I hope the people whose street level roof I stood on didn't wake up.
Then the whole thing came out to play. It stayed and stayed and stayed. I wanted to drive to a hilltop, a beach, but I was afraid it would disappear, so I just got with the camera what I got and saved the rest for my own memory book.
There should have been a carnival or a circus in town, some large event. Instead, it was a quiet day, going to show once again that Culebra delivers life as she will and I'd already been given the wake up grin making wowness to carry into the rest of the day. If one can be ready for one thing and one thing only here, it is the expectation of being surprised. Not bad for a place called home.
Have a willing Wednesday. Do something wakefully.