In Cabo San Lucas, this Iguana had a little cave beneath the rock he's
perched on and would come out every so often to remind everyone he was
there. - TS (March 2006)
Magic hour in Cozumel... - TS
Jeanne and I took a drive down the Oregon Coast
after our two nights in Lincoln City, Oregon on September 10 and 11, stopping
overnight in Gold Beach, the continuing on to Brookings and beyond to the
California border. At the beach below Ocean View Drive just outside
Brookings' city limits we stumbled upon the largest piece of driftwood
we'd ever seen or even imagined. This stump was almost 10 feet tall
and as wider than a tour bus. No taking this one home as a souvenir!
Here I am with Shamu at Sea World - TS
Jeanne counts her fingers after feeding the fish...
Here is Jacques Cousteau's latest discovery.
The king mackerel is the one I caught which won
me second place in the fishing tournament (which I didn't even know I was
competing in!)- TS
This was what Jeanne and I called our "fort"
--a little shade on our beach chair where we spent a lot of time. - Puerto
Vallarta, Mexico - TS
We rented a car and found this beach area where
locals go, called Distilladeros and had huevos, beans, rice and mango
on a stick. MMM... Jeanne bought some silver ear rings from
this beach merchant. Great food and cool vibes - TS
Yes, that's me going for a dip in the hotel's
"Infinity" pool. - TS
I saw a lot of this view while in Mexico. - TS
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