And it's still raining as I write this morning. But, this should be the last day and it's looking like it should be quite nice the next few days so we're looking forward to seeing the sun again. So, we spent the day indoors, although we did get out for a quick couple of laps around the park for a walk. Ruth made a loaf of gluten free bread...it sure does smell good baking in the RV.
Baking bread in the motorhome.
Hurrican Jova spared Puerto Vallarta, however the city of Manzanillo had bad flooding and north of there the beach communities of Maleque and Barra de Navidad were also said to be under water. We will likely be visiting these areas next month, so it will be interesting to see what long term damage has been done.
We want to point you towards some blogging friends... Trent and Teresa have been reading our blog since the early days and now I'm happy to report that they are about to take off on their first winter away from Canada as they are officially retired! Happy travels Trent and Teresa, we'll be following along!
Today, despite the rain (or perhaps because of it) we are going to go into the town of Mazamitla. We need to pick up a few groceries, plus there is a nice waterfall there. We visited this waterfall back in February, but it was during the dry season and there wasn't much water falling! We want to see it again, and with all the rain the last few days it should be really different.