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Friday, January 12, 2018


And Christmas just went!!!

Playa el Coyote in the morning.

Father John walks with Turk  every morning.
Barb is known by the dogs on the beach as
the "cookie lady".

"Northenders" gathering for an early morning coffee and
cookies.  The turquoise house in the background is newly
built and nearly completed.  I like the bright, happy color!

The strange figure you see above represents a coyote, the symbol of our beach.  Our resident artist, Baja Bill,
constructed this statue.  For Christmas,
he hung ornaments made by campers
on the beach in previous years.  I show the one on the right because I made it 3 years
ago and decorated it with belly buttons!
On March first, the symbolical coyote shall
be torched in a blaze of glory which will
signal the approaching end of the dry
camping season. Much fun and frivolity
shall ensue.

We celebrated Christmas with our ukulele Carolers, the parade of Christmas ships, and our traditional luminaries. 
Then on Christmas morning, Susan of north beach hosted a cinnamon bun breakfast-gift exchange.  So much fun!!!

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