Jan 10, 2019

Yet another different day yesterday

We have been having overcast skies the past day or so.  Long zoom to the shrimp boat way out there.

Tuna boat coming into port.  To unload or for maintenance?  We actually saw four in port today when we went into town.

Longtime readers might remember Princessa who I rescued last winter along with her pups.  I was happy to see yet another RVer out feeding this Mom who had recently given birth.

So ends another great day here on the Isla.

Adios Holland America.

I choose not to do politics on my blog but this seemed so very very apropos.

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12 Responses to “Yet another different day yesterday”

  1. Alan Brechin says:

    Thank you Contessa. The story about New York was spot on and very timely. This current political fiasco is such a divisive thing. I do follow politics very closely but I would hate to see your blog turn into a slanging match from opposing views of your readers. It would be a race to the bottom and take away from your chronicle of life on the Isla. As was recently said, the Statue of Liberty should remain the symbol of America, not a steel/ concrete wall. Well, I guess I just contradicted myself and made a political comment

  2. George Yates says:

    Love watching those boats come in and your wonderful sunset picture.

  3. Kathryn Tycho says:

    I too keep my blog nonpolitical but some times a comment just needs to be made. In Las Jaibas we now have a tall concrete wall right behind us…we are on the right side of the wall!

  4. Deb says:

    Great photos. Love the boats in the fog.

  5. Suzanne says:

    It’s next to impossible to keep politics out of our blogs with all that’s happening these days, particularly for those of us who have such admiration and respect for the hard working, kind Mexican people. You did it with grace in an uplifting way that gives us hope that something good could actually come from all this madness one day.

  6. That poor dog Princessa. She must have had two sets of puppies in your absence. Interesting photos of the boats in the mist. Didn’t know about this piece of history, interesting!

    • contessa says:

      No, my Princessa was taken to the shelter along with her pups ( I collected money for this to happen ) and they were all adopted this. This is yet another similar situation.

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