Mar 27, 2017

Que pasa

Since early February the girls have had a skin infection.

The local vet thinks it is bacterial, our vet thinks it is fungal and we have been treating for both. It is not going away.

You guessed it, Caeli gets the least amount of food and she is the heaviest.  Carmeh gets that full bowl of food three times per day and she continues to lose weight and is always hungry.

These bananas cost 10 pesos or 70 cents CAD or 53 cents USD.

Three large Roma tomatoes cost three pesos or 2 cents CAD or 1.5 cents USD.  The bonus is that the actually taste like tomatoes.

Fresh out of a bath in our shower.

Zonked out after a beach walk.

This guy came into our bay where the sail boats usually stay but obviously was not happy there and moved.

He settled much closer to RV2 and the rougher waves.

We have had a lot of wave action these past two weeks. I never tire of watching the movement of the ocean.

These guys are in a hurry to catch the action.

The horses are back. For the past two weeks the horses have been allowed to roam free on the beach as they have been for many years. For some reason they have been going a different route for the past few few years.  We really missed them. Note the one in the foreground.

I guess that this one really needed a back scratch.

A few days ago blog readers/friends Sandy and Rex came to stay for a few days.  This is not their first time here at Tres Amigos.  They are from West Virginia and have been traveling Mexico for 43 years either by  personal vehicle, RV or flying in.

Sandy, I’m not sure that you saw this sunset as you were heading inside to get away from those nasty insects.  It was gorgeous.

Thank you for the lovely gift, I will treasure it and always think of you when I use it.

Adios dear friends.  Hasta luego.

Things are looking lonely here at Tres Amigos.



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5 Responses to “Que pasa”

  1. George Yates says:

    Lots of people heading back to their home bases now after spending the winters away.

  2. Marie says:

    Do you think it could be sand fleas that are bothering the girls skin? I know that in the summer time, I have to rub dryer cloths on my dog’s tummy to prevent grass mites from biting her and leaving welts on her tummy, just a thought but I’m sure you have covered all bases with this. Love Love Love where you are staying it sure beats the B.C. Interior at this time of year!

  3. Janet Ashworth says:

    My doxie Millie has the same thing! Thought it was the new shampoo we purchased. Polysporin is not working, but the sores are now drier. Only seem to be on the tummy area. Guess this means a trip to the vet.

  4. chris says:

    You’ve been a busy bee!

  5. Sandy Matts says:

    Thank you for the sunset picture, even though I checked out the window I did indeed miss it. You and Colin made us most welcomed to the Isla and we thank you for all the kindness; you two are very caring people.

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