I found a scarce power outlet at SeaTac and can now finish this blog. My computer was about out of gas.
Here is the Indian member of the Corvidae family, They look like crows, act like crows, fly like crows and even sound like crows. I asked an Indian what they were called. He replied "Crow". Very pretty birds, slim and speedy and one of the sexes has a lovely great neck
This is the beach and ocean view from the 6th floor of the Sea Princess Hotel, A lovely modern hotel
An abandoned building taken over as a dwelling
A stroll down the beach revealed this scene. There is a garbage truck cleaning the beach every day, but they missed this spot.
A street side commercial venture taking advantage of the tree and a wall behind.
Lots of dogs, but many many more motorcycles.
On the wall of a great fort/palace on a mountain peak
Evan & Talulah at the fort.
This is Jolene, one of the 40 Aussies who came to the wedding. She is a professional singer and plays nicely. here she is playing my soprano Pinecone beside the pool. A delight to hear your uke played well and accompanied by a lovely voice.
The painter's scaffold made of bamboo lashed together with rope.