Monthly Archives: June 2010

San Diego

We set the coolest day ever record for the particular day we were in San Diego. Normally there would be more people walking the downtown but I think the “cold” weather kept the locals inside. We had our jackets and … Continue reading

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Pipi’s of Puerto Vallarta

Back to Pipi’s for a third time. The food and the staff are absolutely fantastic. The airfare to get there is a bit much but that’s not the restaurant’s fault! Even Pipi’s has moved with the times the restaurant now … Continue reading

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The Dead Sea

Road to the Dead Sea. Desert. Dry. Desolate. Deserted. Am I starting to see a pattern here? How about Downright beautiful. It was all these things.

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Puerto Vallarta

A nice sunset in Puerto Vallarta. Shopping has improved since our last visit fourteen months ago. I can see why this is Sharon’s favorite ┬áMexican destination.

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Chopper

A cardinal rule for photographers, a rule I often break, is always have a camera with you. It has become obvious to me over the last few years that having a so so camera with you is better than having … Continue reading

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Salsa and Salsa

“Sure honey, that sounds like a lot of fun” I lied after Sharon had described “Salsa and Salsa”. Apparently Salsa and Salsa was an excursion where they teach you how to make Salsa and how to dance the Salsa. I … Continue reading

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Airports

In my younger days I absolutely loved airports. Especially the smaller ones where you see aircraft coming and going, talk to the pilots and generally just hang out. Major airports didn’t qualify. Somehow, the airport at Long Beach has managed … Continue reading

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