Back on My Beach

Back on My Beach

Semana de Santa is over…the tourists have gone home. I have my beach back. All is well…all is well.
Later…

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21 thoughts on “Back on My Beach

  1. What a beautiful place you live in 🙂
    Regards,

    • coyotero2112 says:

      It does have its good points…that’s for sure. I feel a bit guilty sometimes posting all these shots of sunshine, beaches, surf, tanned tourists, etc., when so many of my readers are shoveling snow or living in countries where people are killing each other over the words of false authority.
      Later…

  2. Happy for you! I assume you must feel as good as I do when a certain sister-in-law of mine leaves my house and goes back home. PEACE-

    • coyotero2112 says:

      Sister-in-laws dropping M-80s in garbage cans and screaming up and down the neighborhood with their inderwear on their head…yeah…been there. We are both survivors. Good to hear from you. So many electrical and internet problems I haven’t done much reading or posting lately.
      Later…

      • I been in “I don’t really want to do anything” mode — and it’s been feeling really good. Went to a Broadway show Saturday night – saw Matilda the musical. I went to it zumba class last night. Now, I’m done for April. LOL! I have a big gig coming up later in April so I’m resting up for that. God! I love being me!

        • coyotero2112 says:

          Good stuff ! Haven’t heard of Matilda…cultural backwater and all. Start planning your your itinerary for May before all the snorkeling classes are full. Good luck on your gig, and always fun to her from you.
          Later…

  3. jannatwrites says:

    Looks peaceful, that’s for sure! (The few times we’ve gone to CA beaches, there was no way to get a photo without at least a dozen strangers in it.)

    • coyotero2112 says:

      We pretty much stayed on our hill during the Easter festival. Now I wish we could have gotten some photos of the mobs to compare with normal life…like this. Thanks for stopping by. Always looking for more from the Queen of Thirty-Three Words.
      Later…

  4. Understood! What a wonderful feeling, privacy, solitude, relaxation!!!!!

    • coyotero2112 says:

      It’s having a choice. This is a socialist country, so just about every Tico has a job, and security, so they can come to the beach for Christmas and Easter, or Semana de Santa, and go wild. People still party and rev it up, but I can wander off to my own private cove if I want to avoid that. I should have said it’s nice to have a choice again. Thanks for understooding me –
      Later…

      • Right! Choice! Certainly. How wonderful to have the beach, the beauty, and of course as you say, the expected unexpected!!!

        • coyotero2112 says:

          So true. I’m baffled by the ex-pats and retirees here who see the same old sunset every night, and the same old beach every day. My wife and I spend hours taking pictures of sand formations and hermit crabs, crawling around on our hands and knees. We’ve earned a reputation as the craziest gringos in town.
          Later…

  5. Bravo! Peace of mind and peace of beach are wonderful things. Cheers!

    • coyotero2112 says:

      And piece of mind and my piece of the beach seem to have some equlibrium now. The Ticos had a lot of nerve coming down to my beach and celebrating for a week. See ’em next Christmas.
      Later…

  6. mike abd Lee says:

    Just a note to tell how great you look and happy. I love your pictures and it is beautiful there. I gave been reading your articles and find them interesting, thought provoking. And entertaining. Your lives seem to be peacful.. take care, uncle Mike and Aunt Lee

    • coyotero2112 says:

      What are two nice people like yourselves doing hanging out in a neighborhood like this? What fun – and a surprise – to hear from you. This is my play ground…a place I can write about whatever strikes me as amusing instead of something I have to write. My Best.
      Later…

  7. Bizangelgirl55 says:

    Oh! The good life. It looks peaceful.

    • coyotero2112 says:

      Better than Cleveland, Alaska, Denmark, Montana, Idaho, and a lot of other cold places I’ve lived. Like to see mountains and evergreens and all…but in the summer, I’m thinking. Thanks for stopping by.
      Later…

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