I drove past this between Salida and Cotopaxi on State Highway 50 in Colorado. I had to turn around and tell whoever that I stood with them totally assuming I was correct. I was and got the biggest hug of appreciation for doing so.

From my understanding, there are close to 3000 children being held around this country after being seized from their parents at the border.

Many will never see their Mom and Dad again because Republicans are totally evil.

You bastards!


Simply -

            Feliz Ano Nuevo
  May 015 be the best one ever for you and all those in your life.


  1. Feliz Ano Nuevo a usted tambien...??? I think that's right! hahaha

  2. Good fish never gets old.

    After my wife and I married, we lived the first 20 years in Costa Mesa, CA. Three miles away from the Newport Bach Pier where there is a small dory fleet that sold fish caught that day. If you got up early enough you could have fish was as fresh as it gets; the only way to get it fresher was to cook it on the line :-)

    In 2015, I'd love to find a good fish market like the one you have above.

    You enjoying life down there?

  3. The fish thing is a real treat Boomer. There are 6-7 places on the south side of Vallarta that I have run across that sell fish and other sea food.

    I like it here a great deal and at this time feel I will probably return. Very much at peace with most everything. The people are better than great and with this real decent casa I have pretty much the same routine as I had in Colorado.

    Nogalito is very special in it's own right as well. Ya I like it!

    Thanks for the visit.

  4. Happy New Year, Tom!


  5. A belated Guid New Year, Tom.