January beach life means another beach birthday (gratefully) and who should appear at our door, but Barb with a “Pink Supreme Birthday Cake!”
Who can resist? Yummy! I take it up and down the beach stopping at every campsite to share the sugar!
One of our new “traditions” this year is to go to town every Saturday and pick up a whole roasted chicken dinner. For 170 pesos (about $7.50) we take home a delicious chicken roasted in an outdoor rotisserie bar-b-que oven, macaroni salad, fresh corn tortillas and homemade spices salsa. Presto! Dinner! Thank you to the family who owns and operates Pollo de Castillios on the roadside leaving Mulege!
Breakfast happens many mornings in our screen tent under the palm tree. Steve is the master of eggs with tortillas scramble. Plus, always plenty of fresh oranges cut up.
There is plenty of time in the day to play....ukulele! Of course! We have our Friday afternoon group too to keep us going. This year we have been assigned to play at the end of season party...soooo....
The addition of a dog enclosure fence from Petco has made life oh so much easier with two dogs to manage.
Sparky is not too sure it’s the greatest idea, but truthfully, he can at least go “in” and “out” whenever he wants.
Tuesdays this year means it’s time for “Taco Tuesday” at Buenaventura, a restaurant about 6 km down the road. Sometimes music, but always great tacos...coconut shrimp, pork, chicken, bratwurst (really), or fish.
January is off to a pretty good start. Check. Out the blue sky and summer clothes!