|"When the party wishes to leave the office he talks into the latter instrument, telling it what time he will return, or where he can be reached, then sets the phone for operation."|
But that's not what I wanted to say.
My mission was to find out if there would be a boat registration here this month. Ultimately, without taking you kicking and screaming and bored through the whole ordeal, the answer is no.
(Thanks, Normalita, at ACDEC, for taking time with me and including the offer to make sure if I didn't get my answer you would check in for me later on) Culebra happens that way. A lot.
So it's Humacao or Ceiba for June, for you people whose boat registration is this month. Since I plan to be gone in July for some road rambling, an over the water trip it shall be. I used to say I'd never go to Humacao but I've been through there now and I think I'd like to explore it a bit. The Rosie Roads office is
After all was said and done I thought, how arduous a trip is it from anywhere to anywhere here, really? Okay, unless it's winter and you have to get to the bank, but even there, you eventually make it and can look out the window to the sea. How bad is that?
So it is going out to DRNA. It's beautiful out there. And I didn't wreck my phone.
|The bridge from this perspective always looks like there is no canal. There is.|
|Some of the most whimsical steps on Culebra. |
The MOST whimsical steps (below) are gone now.
|What was a secret garden is now a bulldozed, getting built on illegally hillside.|
Those were the days, my friend.
|Leading up to one of the most strange and wonderful structures on Culebra. |
So what if the rock isn't big enough?
|I'm guessing this is an old cistern? |
It looks like the cement has cracked along the rock shapes beneath it.
|Two frangipanis in the yard of Susie's going full blown|
|Gulls were heading to roosting spots|
|Colors and shapes for eye candy|
|I see an angel|