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Fish Teeth

  – Just a little collection –  The ferocious teeth of a Dorado. Once a victim got caught in this forest of teeth it is done for.  See the second row deep inside the mouth? The teeth of a Shark. … Continue reading

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Baja Magic

I heard Christmas is coming up. I’m glad we hardly notice it here at our remote desert shore. All the elsewhere inescapable commercial effort to inspire festive feelings in this time is far away. Christmas decorations make me depressed. I … Continue reading

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Lazy afternoons in January

 – Baja life – The hummingbirds are busy at our Aloe Vera blossoms.  Lazy afternoon hours  Abbey comes over to pick us up for our evening walk “No excuses; it’s time, get up!”  * * *  A magical day in … Continue reading

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Beethoven in Baja

  – Thoughts on hope, on disobedience, and on impermanence – Parvin & Klaus’s wooden kayak. After I built it 10 years ago it’s still in great shape.  We gave up counting how many absolutely calm days in a row … Continue reading

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Looking up from my book

 – Everyday life on the beach – We moved into another place.  Same beach; but a new more secluded place is our home now.  Looking up from my book on a lazy afternoon.  The view is the same…   … … Continue reading

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Once again:

Observations at our beach. – The beach under the shadow of Giganta –  Baja cactus country.  * * *  It was a mistake this year to not pick up our visa at the border. It always was illegal but common … Continue reading

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Two Baja days

– A non-circumnavigation of Isla Carmen – It’s 6 o’clock when we start paddling. The morning is glowing over Danzante. The sea is sleeping. In 1½ hours we are under the lava cliffs of Carmen and head north. Cove after cove … Continue reading

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