I had a good season down here in San Carlos. One of the things I enjoyed again was ceramics, and it's a good social time. I made the tile above and plan to get a wooden plaque to mount it so I can display it at my camp. I'm not crazy about a few of the colors, but you don't know exactly what shade it will be until it comes out of the kiln.
One of the great things about this area is that there are people who care about animals and help with fostering and adoption. Through San Carlos Pet Adoption, I was lucky this year and fostered a little kitten that I named Chico. He was a fun little guy and he was with me about 7 weeks. A very nice local man adopted him and I could tell by the way he acted with the kitty that he would give Chico a good home. I sure do miss that little guy, but I've decided to travel without an animal. Of course, if he had not been adopted, I most likely would be leaving town with him.
This little guy was adopted by my neighbors, also through the Pet Adoption - a real cutie.
For a few days, I was able to dog-sit for one of the dogs I took care of last season. He's a sweet dog and easy to take care of, and he has really pretty flowers in the garden.
The scenery here is great, no matter what time of day.
There is all sorts of music here, most of the larger restaurants have live music and I was able to see quite a few groups.
I'm leaving this weekend and have been doing all my chores to get ready. My tires are all aired up, fluids checked and my truck even got a wash and wax. Adios, San Carlos! Hasta la vista!