I remembered to look outside night before last in time to catch a somewhat pretty sunset. Not as vivid as other times. Looking towards town. Up the beach.Looking down the beach. Last time we were here this was an empty falling apart building. Looks like it is a restaurant/bar now. Wonder how loud it will be Friday and Saturday nights?
Very relaxing day yesterday we just wanted to get outside for a while so took a ride up to El Mirador - the beautiful look out point just north of downtown. Just some of the scenery getting there. Desert on one side, ocean on the other.
Parked and walking into the area. Blue sea, brown and green desert.
There is a new heart with an arrow made with rocks here now. The old one got destroyed a couple of years ago. Glad to see a new one.
There were four of these dolphin sculptures on display here. This is all white but a great recycling use of old tire rims.
Another one, the light wasn't good for this direction.From the other side, lots of intricate work on it. See the lobster on the one above.
Again light isn't good for this side. Very, very colorful. There is a woman's head on this side.
Mountains and cacti on this side.
A good look at its back.
There he is.
He is on the rock right in the middle of the picture.
Looking the other direction. The mountain that is in all my sunset pictures. Looking back towards the parking lot. Another dolphin.
The other side of it.
The cactus growing so close to the water.
I guess there is always some one who needs to be told.
They sure are neat. There are four more in town that I want to get pictures of.
One of the vendors was selling fresh cut fruit. Looked good and refreshing.
Bill checking out the different rocks.
Also went by the marina and walked around a bit. More about that later. And early evening we took a walk on the beach watched the sunset. Today we will go into Guaymas to get our MiFi charged as we are thinking of leaving here tomorrow. We'll see. Until we are on the road again the blogs will be mostly pictures. I love taking pictures and sharing the sights with others. Last winter I took 5000 pictures!