We had a quick coffee and tea, and then got Sherman ready for the long drive over to the Huatulco Trailer Park.
Five minutes later, we were there.
Backed up to the dump station, emptied the holding tanks, and filled up the fresh water tank.
Ruth did some hand laundry, while I cleaned some of Sherman’s windows and screens. It’s amazing how much dirt and dust are collected on the window screens. Today, I did the side that was in the shade in the afternoon. Tomorrow, I’ll do the side that will be in the shade in the morning!
And, I have to clean the fridge burner tomorrow. The fridge is having a hard time keeping up with the hot weather. That is...my beer is not as cold as it should be!
There is a couple here from Europe, but traveling in an American pickup truck and camper. He is from Austria, she is from Spain. He plays the accordian, and he's very good! I'm enjoying his music, but hopefully it doesn't start at 5:00am!
Ruth needed a green pepper for dinner. There are no verduras (vegetable) stores around here, so we walked over to the fancy steak and lobster restaurant and asked if we could buy a green pepper! Too funny. We probably overpaid for it at 10 pesos (83 cents!) , but it was necessary for our peppery beef stroganoff. Ha! The things we do in Mexico!
Alex made it back to New York today, safe and sound…and cold.
Another bird picture. What kind of bird is it, you ask? I dunno...it's just a bird.