But it quickly warmed up. The high today was about 26C (79F) which is just perfect.
The "castle" in the distance.
There is a “castle” of sorts a few fields away, and Barb and Sal know the owner so they suggested we could walk over and see the place. It’s a bit of an odd setup…he’s built the bottom section to be a restaurant and banquet hall sort of thing, but he has a bedroom on the upstairs level. Apparently the whole thing has been a work in progress for the last ten years and although there has been a wedding or two held there, the restaurant has never been open for business. He obviously has a lot of money, and rumor has it that he was invested in a gold mine that did very well.
We are hiking to the top of that mountain tomorrow!
When we returned, I started on some cleanup of Sherman. The screens on the vents needed cleaning, and I also took apart the fan and vent above the stove and cleaned it. One day this week I will get ambitious enough to get up on the roof and give it a scrub. I had done it in San Miguel in December, but all the salt spray from two months on the ocean needs to be washed off.