Tuesday, October 23, 2007

To the Beach!


Tomorrow we’re headed to Cabo San Lucas on the tip of the Baja California Peninsula. That early snow over the weekend scared us south and we’re off to warmer climes. I'll be back with tales from south of the border on Halloween. Have a great week!

15 comments:

kristen said...

Wow! Is this spontaneous? Or planned?

Have a wonderful time!!

Lisa said...

We planned it back in July with thoughts that by October it might start getting cold. We will do that, thanks!

moonrat said...

have a great time!

Larramie said...

Oh, Lisa, hope your trip proves to be as glorious as mine was! A few pictures of here and there, but now they'll definitely be saved until you return.

Travel safe.

Ello said...

Have a wonderful time!

Lisa said...

Moonrat, thanks and GREAT post today!

Larramie, I can't wait to hear about it and see the pix.

Ello, thanks and great post on at your place Ms. Troublemaker :)

debra said...

Happy trails, Lisa! Enjoy the sunshine and warmth. Fall has a-r-r-i-v-e-d in NE OH--complete with rain, wind, gray skies and falling leaves. In the words of Joni Mitchel,: "And the seasons they go round and round..."

Rebecca Burgess said...
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Rebecca Burgess said...

Oh, now I hate you.

Okay, not really. But I am sick, sick, sick with jealousy.

Have a good time. No really. I really mean it. Have loads of fun. Don't give us a second thought. We'll just be here, not on vacation, doing the regular nonvacation things.

Don't forget to take lots of pictures to torture us with when you get back.

Charles Gramlich said...

So, you're migratory is what you're saying? Have fun.

Shauna Roberts said...

Have a wonderful time.

liz fenwick said...

Have a wonderful time :-)

Mardougrrl said...

Have a wonderful time! Lucky you...soak up the sunshine and surf. It's good for the writing.

Bernita said...

Rebecca said it.
~colour me green~

Patti said...

dia de los muertos!

have a great time!

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