I’m still sick, but well enough that I’m working again… Yay?
I figured I’d use my day off to start catching up on the three weeks behind I am with posts. Luckily, I haven’t stopped taking photos:
Having grown up in North Idaho, the weird mushrooms and fungi that spring up on our tropical lawn never fail to entertain me.
Another example of above. This one looks to me like it could be something living in the ocean.
A friend from Seattle came over for a short vacation. I showed him around between work days, and he seemed pretty taken with the sights (and sounds!) of the island.
We had some stormy seas while my friend was here, and we spent a lot of time watching the very impressive and talented surfers who went out into pretty rough waves.
#319: The Old Stables.
At one end of our road, there used to be an old polo grounds. All that was left was the stables: falling down and rusting out, and generally being unsafe and unusable.
Recently, however, the neighborhood association renovated one end of it and tore out a lot of the rest, and it became something of a community hall. They have weekly bingo games, and a Christmas Craft Fair was recently held there.
#320: Scrubbing the Cane.
Dad puts a lot of work into making his sugar cane juice. This is one of the many steps he takes to insure the quality and safety of each pressing.
#321: Laundry Day.
Nothing like clean clothes blowing the wind and sun… Our washer and dryer, and the lines under the carport, are on the rental side of the house. This means when we have guests, the facilities become shared space, and we try to accommodate this with careful planning of doing all our laundry before and after their stay.
That’s all for this post, but Week Three should be up tomorrow!