|Lunch at Zaco's. Baby didn't try the hot sauces. Yet.|
|Friends in town staying in Punta Aloe gave us another view.|
Thanks, Doug and Kathy!
|A fiery dawning|
|The promised rain came. And went. Fast.|
|All this sun and fun is tiring!|
|One last look at our gorgeous waters|
|It's a family affair.|
It doesn't seem so long ago, growing up in Florida where it was almost the same. Except for the planes being bigger, you could wait to see people climbing or descending the stairs from the plane and walking across the tarmac to come inside.
"Until the Jetway was invented, all passengers had to walk outside onto the tarmac and climb a set of portable stairs to board the aircraft. This was often inconvenient depending upon weather conditions, or on the passenger’s personal fear of flying. The first Jetway covered corridors were installed by Delta Airlines at Atlanta’s Hartsfield Airport in May 1961." from a fun article on Mental Floss - 10 Things We No Longer See at Airports
|The baby loves her Uncle Jonny|
|Until we meet again in California!|
Another one in the memory books. Sharing Culebra is always good and family just makes it better.
Have a tapestried Thursday. Do something tranquil.