This past weekend I took off for our annual Turkey Trot Weekend. It is a surf trip that some friends put together over 10 years ago. Kind of like of guy’s hunting or fishing trip, except the only thing we are hunting is good waves. The Turkey Trot always happens the weekend before Thanks Giving.
Lyndsey assured me that it was time to start getting rid of some of the extra junk we have been accumulating and moving around with us. For example three window AC units that we brought out from Texas. We are in San Diego, by the beach, we do not need the those any more. Plus
We finally got some fun little waves a week ago so Lyndsey & Judah decided to come down to the cliffs and snap some shots of me trying to surf. It was pretty small but I manged to get in a couple of turns. Lyndsey caught this sequence on small chest high wave. Now it
The waves have been pretty small for the most part with the exception of a a few days of chest to head high sets. Whenever we have time it is nice for us to take a quick trip down to the Sunset Cliffs to check out the sunset while we let the wild animal run
Garden Plot Numero dos is taking off. The pumpkin plant has gotten ridiculously huge, it has moved on past taking over the garden and now it taking over the yard. That is just fine with Blanch as she loves to get out of her pen and go to work looking for bugs or worms. The
It was time to put a soaking tub in the back yard. This way we can enjoy ourselves, the yard and the sun all while soaking in a tub of warm water. We picked up a 160 gallon horse trough at the feed store last week when we picked up more food for the hens.
We have been taking the boat out, checking on its performance a couple of times a week until we had our first incident. It actually wasn’t to big a problem, but it did remind us that we are operating an old vessel that will have it’s own issues. We were sailing as close as we
We have been going into work earlier the past couple of days, so we can get can get off early and go sailing. The waves have been flat, but the wind has been blowing. Today we sailed down wind to Coronado Bridge, and then tacked back to our marina. It was an amazing and beautiful