Ready to participate?
No obese kids here.
Hanging out with bikes.
Ring Ring ………. Time to attend class.
Like the trees below my new home in paradise forms many twisting branches to enlightment.
My photographer friend, AJ and I have been creating stories to bring these awarenesses to the light.
We are currently creating the tale of “Paso Temepisque’s Sand People”. It is an ancient way of life that has never been recorded – to the best of my knowledge. AJ recently traveled to the site to interview and record their activities and enjoy their welcoming comaraderie.
Thank you for your patience. I will post our results as soon as they are complete.
Dianne reporting from Coco Beach in CR.
Yesterday Sue, former Massey tenent, prepared a delicious Sunday dinner and invited the Massey gorup.
POT ROAST & VEGGIES, GRAVEY, HOMEMADE BISCUITS, TOMATOES… big table.
Sue, Less, Rhett
Sue, head of table, Dianne, Rhett & Les’s hands, Marcus photographer.
Sue & Marcus (Les’s elbow, my clean plate)
Dinner followed by good discussions on equality, sexism, and of course next meal plans.
Thank You Sue for sharing your space and food. Pura Vida
Yesterday was another one of those mind altering experiences so frequent here in Playas del Coco.
It began with my beach art treasure hunt.
Wave and Sand carved wood sculpture.
Meeting friend- AJ at north beach.
AJ giving all clear signal.
Taking 1st Plunge into the ocean. OMG the water was calm, warm and clear with a soft sandy floor – the entrance to Paradise.
Why had I waited so long to jump in?
What a metaphor!
Dianne reporting from Coco in CR.
Hola, I was hoping to publish my action video of surf bowling BUT it still doesn’t want to work in this blog format. So I’ll just try to describe the delightful game I observed on the beach yesterday AM. The tide was high and just starting to receed – shooting coconuts and logs toward the beach’s high ground.
Then I noticed the game in progress.
One lone coconut refusing to stay on the beach. It rapidly rolled toward the sea with each receeding wave and was throw back on the rebound – Sort of a reverse of human bowling.
The waves won in the end. I have no doubt they will return in the evening for a rematch.
My photographer Coco friend, AJ, took some more amazing pics too.
Me floating in Pool after steamy ride to grocery store.
Some special skate/surfing art for Ken et al.
These guys (above) were hanging out on main street hustling the tourist.
Heading to beach this AM
Dianne reporting from Playas del Coco, DR
Today the weather was cooler with a soft breeze.
My AM stroll on the beach was magical with birds chirping, fish jumping, waves lapping, pelicans floating, & sun shining. I fully expected to hear a Disney chours wishing me PURA VIDA with brightly colored streamers waving from parrot beaks. I actually saw a pair of parrots partially hidden in the tree tops.
I am intrigued with the idea of owning a boat so I can glide over the water to the islands off shore. Does anyone want to invest in owning a boat in Playas del Coco? I can dream up all sorts of adventure tours to offer and the adventues would give jobs to the locals. Wouldn’t it be nice to add floating on the sea to my CR adventures?
It is OK to take a day off from Doing and just BE. I am so grateful.