Since Dick has been working afternoon shift at Tropic Air it has put a hold on our sunrise joyrides. While I did not quite make it out of the house for sunrise today, I did manage to take a break from work and go for a morning rainy day drive down south. My first stop was the crock pond but it was too waterlogged to park our usual spot.
I was in the mood to find a road less traveled and continued south. As soon as I got off the cobblestones, it started to get bumpy but that did not deter me. I figured as long as the ‘ road lakes’ were not too bad I would keep going. It is always a scenic drive and today it was particularly nice with the rain having washed all the dust away leaving me with a lush green tropical view.
It was not long before I found my road and headed east. When I got to the end I found the view I was craving. Unfortunately, I could not stay long as I had to get the cart back to tacoboy so he could get to work, otherwise, I would have enjoyed quietly sitting there watching boats and clouds pass by.
I was making good time on my way home and managed to navigate the biggest puddle and not fall in. Right before I got to the cobblestone road a pick up truck with a warbling front wheel was in front of me and set me on Belize time. I kept my distance and I was thankful the wheel did not come off, surprising there are not more accidents here with all the craziness we see on the roads.
When I got home parked the cart I noticed blue beads in the passenger side glove box. They are perfect match for my Independence Day parade outfit. I tried it on for tacoboy the other day and definitely got his seal of approval, you will have to wait for parade day to see it 🙂 Sept 21st is almost as much fun as Halloween.