San Felipe is a place where many people from Canada and the US come to escape from the cold. They spend months living here. Food and lodging is much cheaper in Mexico than it is in California, for certain. Our friends Stacy and Bob are here from Palisade Colorado. They will stay until April.
Staying a long time in one place is the best way to really get to know the area and its culture. San Felipe is not a resort town, it’s a small fishing village that boasts great fish tacos and shrimp ceviche. The margaritas are pretty good, too. But for me, I’m really enjoying the people. They are warm and welcoming, just like the morning sun.
There are lots of dogs roaming the streets. I like to think they are free to hang out with their friends.
And sometimes you see an alternative type of transportation.
I just couldn’t resist taking that photo!
Truth be told, I have conflicting feelings about life on the road. Yes, there are so many things I love about it. I have shared those things in previous blog posts. But sometimes I’m just plain confused. I think I’m supposed to feel all fabulous and motivated every day. I count my blessings and send my thanks out to the universe for leading me here. But sometimes I go to bed at night wishing I was done. That I was back in Colorado, working and doing my thing. So I’m hoping a little confession and straight up honesty will help me snap out of my funk.
Must be too much time on my hands. I’m going to follow my niece Melissa’s advice; live in the moment. Thanks for listening. Please feel free to respond; I can take it. 😉