The little building is all decorated as well but there were people using it (which is great!), so I'll try to get it later.
The day started trying to get the new registration for my dinghy. I'm only sharing this because if you don't know yet, you need a serial number on your registration or you will NOT get an updated sticker. Not the PR number, but where it says serial number. If you have no number there (N/A) you need to get one. Which means having your boat visually inspected by one guy who is on vacation and has no official phone number BECAUSE Claro has left ACDEC and Fish and Wildlife with no phones for over a year. Yeah. Since my dinghy AND my houseboat are handmade, I have to have it stated by this guy, then go to Ceiba and get signed off on it. As does everyone who has a boat on Culebra who doesn't have a serial number. Just a head's up.
But, while going through that bit of confusion (maybe with our registration letter this might have been mentioned instead of waiting until the month we must update and risk being fined without this info), I stepped outside. Lower camp is one of our beautiful views, with its old building, docks and grounds. If you haven't been out there, you should check it out. Drive toward the cemetery, at the top of the hill turn towards the water, depending on what side you are coming from, and drive all the way down that road. Nice huh!
And more town-ish decorations.
|A fork in the road|
Something went on at the school the other evening, but I don't know what. When I first drove by this earlier in the day, the stage had lots of very big gaily wrapped presents on the stage, but they were gone by the time I was done with boat stuff.
|This is at the Alcadia. It looks like something from Christopher Robin's Great Woods.|
|For some reason, I must have been intrigued by this poor palm tree who lost its head.|
Have a timely Thursday. Do something tenderly.