We set our own "curriculum" and gave ourselves a self-directed tour. We were interested in the restored and preserved buildings.
And the replicas of the boats used by the pioneers who first settled here.
However, none of the pamphlets mentioned the huge euphorbias we saw growing up through the trees.
And, I don't think the tour guide would have said, "Hey, let's run over here and look at that tree's incredibly strange growth habit !"
And, we stood and watched this little guy until he grew tired of us.
Look at these philadendron! I think there are dinosaurs in here!
After another day of cracking each other up with our clever remarks, we head back to our little "cabin on wheels" to cook some good food. Grilled vegetables keep finding their way to our plates.
We even stuff our chicken breasts with the left overs! Yum!
The weather lately has been too beautiful. Most days we "just" go to Caspersen Beach.
Paul is impatiently waiting for me to be done so we can get back out there. Have I said today I'm glad I'm retired? I'll talk to you soon.