But, Ruth did make some ginger bread in the motorhome, and we taught Emilio, one of the local kids how to play Yahtzee. Good math game for an 8 year old, plus good practice for us doing our numbers in Spanish.
Because it was Sunday, it was also quite busy on the lake. Lots of people waterskiing during the morning when it was calm, and then a lot of sailboats taking advantage of the afternoon breeze.
Lots of people boating on a beautiful day.
We've been trying to figure out our summer. We're actually looking for a house sitting opportunity in the UK or Europe, and we've applied for a couple of them but haven't heard back from the people. Maybe they have had so many applications that they haven't responded to everybody, but I think that's kind of rude.
We also found an interesting house sit for Puerto Escondido here in Mexico, but it's for five months and we're not sure we want to stay in one place that long, even though we love Puerto Escondido. We've contacted the people though, so maybe we'll find out a little more info. We also want to fly back to Canada, but our timing of that depends on Ruth's father and his sort-of scheduled hip operation. The great Canadian health care system has him on the list for a hip operation in late April or early May, but that could easily get put off for a month or two or more. And Ruth would like to be there to help him out for a few weeks after his operation.
Or, we could stay the summer at one of our other favorite places in Mexico, Hacienda Contreras. If we do that, we will at some point fly back to Canada and pick up our car and drive it back here before continuing on in September to South America.
So many choices. We love not knowing which one of them is going to come together!