Now, a Time for Home
It’s been a challenging couple of weeks.
Between my mother Evelyn’s funeral, my girlfriend, Carolisa’s mother Ruth’s 100th birthday party and the wedding of a client’s son, I've been traveling from Boston, to West Hollywood, to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, after a couple of flights to Washington DC, in the prior six weeks. I was originally scheduled to make a business trip to Las Vegas, next week but have put that trip on hold. Luckily, I’ve come up with a work-around for it so that I can enjoy my time at home in Venice Beach.
These shots are from my Cabo trip. In the warm waters, I got in my first ocean swim of the year, squeezing in laps in the hotel pool on the days when I couldn’t spare the time to linger on the strand.
Despite the number of times that President Trump has maligned Mexicans, to a person, I found them friendly and helpful, despite my very rudimentary Spanish although most did try to manipulate the exchange rate in their favor.
My hotel had an ocean view and was cleaned to perfection. Although we had great winds for sailing, I was surprised at the overwhelming ratio of power boats to sailboats in the marina. My swim showed me why: The Sea of Cortez teems with marine life, so sport fishing is big business. Cabo is worth a return trip, one I hope to make again someday by participating in the Baja Ha Ha sailboat cruisers’ rally which I wrote about here.
Mid-month, fishing season will open in Marina del Rey, so look for my pending article in the Argonaut about it. My last lunch in Cabo was a red snapper grilled to perfection. Fish with its Omega 3 fatty acids is one of the best anti-aging foods we can eat.
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