I thought I could get away with leaving this knife out overnight to wash in the morning.
This cacterpillar had no sympathy for me.
I think Lark’s really starting to look great, don’t you?
I’m glad they got rid of that pesky wheel. Now we can finally get some use out of the emergency tiller!
A trip into town on public transit requires some athletic prowess.
I didn’t realize until I stepped into this place how badly I needed 50 pounds of sunflower seeds.
But I had been giving some thought to a new dinghy painter, and for some reason they kept it on the same aisle.
Yes, we are in Guatemala.
Welcome to the despensa.
Lark is right down the block.
I stopped for dinner at Sun Dog’s Pizza, but this guy seemed to think it should be called something else.
I swear, the dog untied your dinghy!
The fellas from the Chimichanga came for pizza too.
And then the nightly monsoon arrived. It’s a good way to make a simple lancha ride a little more exciting.
I went over to Tijax to see the game this morning.
I saw two good things and four bad things happen.
A momma frog was pretty happy with the outcome.
The guys who work on Lark come in this cayuco.
The time had finally come for a new painter.
Now I don’t even have to row.