I know I have been remiss in my postings, but I have a good reason, honest, it’s summer, I have been at the beach.
Well that is mostly true. I have been busy with guests visiting and getting ready for the next group arriving in a couple of weeks time. I drove around the last 2 days taking pictures for the blog. The weather is still great, and so far, we have seen NO signs of any jelly fish this year..which is great news.. the water is just cool enough to keep them at bay. This is not to say that the water is cold by any stretch of the imagination. It’s gorgeous and lovely and clear. So, here we go, pics from in and around Salobreña.
Parking my boat, anywhere I want to.
Speedo Alert.. People..I implore you.
Red Alert, Shields up, Hands Full!
Gifts from a feline admirer
She loves me
Fruit and flowers
No blossom is safe
So famous is Cindy for her nocturnal flower deliveries that a friend actually painted a pic of Cindy in her favourite resting spot.
All of the blossom photos were taken on the walkway that leads to my home. This is a scene repeated daily by our cat Cindy who loves to show her affection and gratitude for chin scritches and hour long rubdowns and fur combing. Each morning there is a fresh batch of flowers awaiting us. When she brings them to us, she isn’t quiet about it either.. with blossom in mouth she makes the journey down the pathway meowing as loud as she can but with her mouth full. If you don’t believe me, ask my neighbors, they really enjoy the all night flower deliveries I can assure you..LOL.
Then I took a drive just outside Salobrena into the growing area and got the following shots..it was a lovely day for a drive too.
A swirling mango vortex
Roadside Mango tree..ooh the temptation
Boat launching spot in La Caleta
Break wall at the Plaza de Lavadoras in La Caleta
More Mangoes, it won't be long..Gee I hope I can find these trees in the dark
A live wind break made of Pine trees.
Starting young learning from Dad how to keep an eye on the fruit crops.
A lovely rose growing amongst the Avacado and Cherimoya trees
Opuntia also known as Nopales with her prickly pear fruit. Delicious. You must be extra careful when handling these babies believe me.
Bearded palms, bearded only because the owners have not bothered to clear away the dead leaves.
And How I wish they could look.. s*
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