The Outlaw Patti Lynn
(Future pictures to be uploaded. Here is the mechanics of how it works. My pictures are generally on the Fujifilm camera on a chip or my cellphone. I need high speed wifi to get them uploaded to either the tablet via bluetooth or the laptop via the chip port.
See this tag on this pillow that says DO NOT CUT, the moment we reach Mexican waters I’m cutting this tag off! She’s becoming such a rebel these days! Why not hust cut it off right here I say!
Because, it says do not cut. My Patti is such a do-gooder and law abider that back home she used to check those mattress tags at least once a month. Right now I counted the number of rules posted for boaters at this high end marina in San Jose de Cabo – one (uno) and I can’t recall what the rule is; I think it has something to do with no cleaning fish on the docks.
In Ensenada marina there were about six rules posted on the dock entry gate, two dealt with dogs and prostitutes; one about picking up after and the other about not picking up or bringing back after hours. In our high end San Pedro (Marina Way) there were 16 rules posted dealing with everything from no fishing, littering, bbq’s on the dock, talking loud, profanity, dogs and a myriad of other boater supposed abuses. What a welcome relief to not have signs everywhere dictating our every behaviour. That song from long ago about signs, signs, signs everywhere.
Not a problem from our present vantage point.
“Oh, say now mister, can’t you read. You got to have a shirt and tie to get a seat. You can’t watch, no you can’t eat, you ain’t supposed to be here.
And the sign says “You got to have a membership card to get inside” – uh!
“Thank you Lord for thinking ’bout me, I’m alive and doing just fine! ”
Also a thank you to our crew on the way down Dick and Sue who depart today from the Western Flyer. My little woman has benefited tremendously from your tutilege and shared experiences while you two were onboard. “It was real and it was fun” And as the rest of the quote goes, sometimes it just wasn’t real fun.
Mom – Now she is even riding her bike at night with no lights, and on a wrong way street. I finally drew the line at no helmet.
Our bike riding trips are now longer and longer each day as we explore more and more of the area. Right now Patti is sporting a new pedicure and manicure from a high end salon by way of the Mega supermarket. This area of town has at least five mega resorts and resembles the Beverly Hills of San Jose de Carlos.
Yesterday I waited for her at an open air three story building that rock and roll built. The Bruce, Elton John, Pink Floyd and others played on while I sipped my ale or two. Our bikes left unlocked on the front seating area without a thought that someone would even consider stealing or borrowing them. Back home in San Pedro we would’ve risked having the bike lock cut and the bike gone in about 60 seconds or less.
“Attitude makes the difference between an ordeal and an adventure.”