This is my place for a spectacular steak and potatoes and asparagus and chilies. I love it so much.
We are still in the triple digits as we had mid-september. The best remedy for such thing seems to be a day at the beach. Everyone here loves it, except Tila.
Last Sunday we had a few people over for lunch after church. I made some paine rustique to compliment Yun’s soup. So good.
We have been making efforts to go to the beach with more frequency. It’s not even an hour away and yet we always wonder why we don’t go more often. During the week is the best because there are never any other people on the beach.
This was my view coming home a couple of days ago. We are on the end of the monsoons as we move into the final part of summer. The skies are beautiful, the roads are a disaster. Hopefully it will begin to cool down in the next couple months.
Last week on Monday we headed north to Tucson and a little bit further north to Mount Lemmon. Our plan was to spend three days on Mount Lemmon and a cabin with Matt and Dana, and Charles and Julie.
It was a glorious break from the oppressive heat we experience daily here in Hermosillo. It was actually quite cold. I did not exactly prepare for the temperature given the triple digit daily temperatures at home. But nonetheless, it was fantastico.
We had steak every night! Fillets the first night, and ribeyes the second night. Lots of wine, tequila, and other beverages, coupled with cigars, to help digest the amazing food.
The dogs had a spectacular time. It has been 6 years since our last visit. Tila spent hours digging in the dirt. Scout ran vigorously until his legs shook uncontrollably.
We had a great time and the time we spent went all too quickly. It would be wonderful if this was a trip we could take on a monthly basis. I really enjoyed the change of temperature.
Unsuccessful rise, but still edible.
My favorite place to study here in HMO.
Sundays are still are free day from the diet. So today we went out for taco fish with some friends after church. So good.