A little further north brings me to Isla Esperitu Santu, which has a number of small bays all over it that are great fun to play around in. If you see a lake-looking thing in the upper side, that turns into a salt flat when it hasn't rained in a long time, but shortly before taking this picture it had rained, so it was a lake. The place where we go snorkel with sea lions is the furthest left rocks.
Abe's Treehouse is coming along nicely, nearly a year after first construction, I went up to take a look inside. Its a bit cold, since it doesn't have a heater yet, but quite well sealed and that makes it warm up quickly when you're inside. He also put fantastic insulation all around it. The paint is delightful, I think I really like red and wood together.
And after a late night, what better way to follow it, than with an early morning! We all assembled at 5 am to get the wagon train going. Here is the before group shot.... We had a pilot car in the front with a pole showing the height of the load, with two people in it to manage driving and communication, then the truck and tow with Abe and Dad in the cab and myself in the back of the truck standing up with a long pole to fend off electrical and communication wires, and then a chase car with two in it to follow and alert other traffic. Everyone had radios, except mine didn't work very well, so I ended up calling Abe and having my phone in my breast pocket on speakerphone the whole time to keep the lines of communication running. We went about 10 mph or less the whole time and there were a lot of wires to keep my eyes on, and about 7 or 10 that I had to actually move over the top so they didn't catch, but it was quite easy to do and no persons were electrocuted in the making of this project.