SACRAMENTO, Calif., USA - The days are getting shorter here and the time really short before Adm. Fox and I will return to La Manzanilla and Arroyo Seco to resume real life.
Real life: Swimming, surfing, hiking on the beach, drinking Cuba Libres at Palapa Joes, breakfasts at Cafe Risa, riding the quad and motorcycle in Arroyo Seco, playing music for the Arroyo Seco kids and, and, and...
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The Bugle just learned that Cafe Risa is reopening for the season Sunday, Nov. 1. But will they deliver to Sacramento?)
Somewhere in all the things noted above, there might even be some news posted on this site this season. Too early to say for sure.
It all depends on those Cuba Libres. Too strong, no news. Too weak, no news. In-between, maybe news. Like Fox News (not!), we strive to be fair and balanced. And balancing can be damn tricky when Cuba Libres are involved.
One new development out on the Tenacatita ocean shore this season will be the opening of a small RV parking area on property owned by amigos Doug and Lynn from Canada.
They are already on their way down from the Great White North and will be doing landscaping in the next month or so.
Their mini-RV park is located on the ocean, about a quarter mile from the Aquarium and the all those great seafood joints on the bay.
Oh, add rollo de mar at Fiesta Mexicana to that list of real things above.
In the meantime, here is a photo of a sailboat that washed up on shore last May on the La Manzanilla Beach.
The Tencatita Bay Bugle photography spot news team was there to record it, fair and barely balancing at the time.
Boat washing up on shore at La Manzanilla
Sailboat's last cruise