In the tropics, at least in our region here on the Southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula, summer time starts when the rains end at the end of December. This means we get many of our summer time crops planted in November and start getting our first harvest in February. Some items like lettuce and
Sometimes the kids can get a little rambunctious if they do not have anywhere to direct their energy, heck sometimes I get a little intense if I don’t know where to direct my energy either. So needless to say when mom is away for the day, two wild kids and one antsy dad can be
We have been getting some pretty solid south swells creeping their way up past Chile but inside the Galapagos with waves up to 3 meters at 185-190 degrees.
Grocery shopping is something that you pretty much always have to stay on top of, especially with a family of four. We are fortunate in our family because Lyndsey is a good shopper and we consume nearly 100% of the perishable foods that we purchase, including fruits and vegetables.
Yesterday we took Eli to Horseback Riding Lessons for little kids his age. We went with some friends and had a real good time even though it pretty much got rained out. The lesson started at 9:30 and consists of a 15 minute ride and another 5 minute talk about horses. About 15 minutes before
Well we finally made it down to the beach house in Santa Teresa, where we will be hanging for the next five months. In the mean time we will check out the community and see if this is where we want to hang our hat for while.
We recently spent a week in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica at the Griss Lodge & Villas. The hotel was run by a nice young Italian couple Ricky and Sabina, and was walking distance to Playa Santa Teresa. The path to the beach is directly in front of the hotel and was full of wildlife. We