Spring is in the air, as infectious as mono, pleasant, I know, but the best thing about a new beginning is possibly the chance share a new adventure with an old friend and by that I mean that my passport is longing for a new stamp that’s right boys and girls , come august I will be able to go back to South America [internal yay!], this time my exploits WILL be videotaped, sorry mom, aaaand ! I may have the opportunity to stay a spell longer than before , which I have exactly disused with any friends or family , which may be the reason I tend to have more long-standing relationships with cardigans and shoes than with friends and family , however I’m confident that when everyone sees my awesome llama milking skills on live streaming video, my popularity is bound to triple …. at least, in any case on of the things I would like to focus on the town of Montanitas, I spent the most time there of any one place and wrote the least about it, I think because I enjoyed the dirty neo-hippie lifestyle, way too much : I stopped shaving it was the equivalent of spring break for southern France just before I left … blame the beautiful, albeit hairy, French women . I took up surfing , and after a while got a little lax with showering [ocean water is very astringent, no really] its true and because of the awesomeness of this little town they/ it / she ? what is the proper gender of a township?… whatever Montanitas is wonderful I’ve never been any where quite like it and I can’t wait to go back , so wait for the updates people cause they’re a coming.
p.s. for those of you out there reading this wondering how it’s possible for someone to have access to spell check, use it, and still manage to miss spell words like spring / or orange, you’ll be happy to find that friends and family have volunteered to edit, my spelling not my randomness, or run on sentences: with an overall abuse of punctuation. so smile maybe now the things I write about will be able to be found in search engines , and browsers — live well p.j.
Drum roll please…. Just a quick little video clip of RoCaPho enjoying in and around Montanitas Ecuador. A jungle excursion hunting for vegetable Ivory which Ca Pho were fascinated with as jewelry. A wet mucky day that took almost every form of transportation imaginable to get to the orig of where the vegie jewelry is supposedly hand made and guess what! It was.