This picture has got me craving an ice cream cone and I really don't know why
The day I learned how to drive, I remember it like it was yesterday.
All the spoons were in the dish washer
After a long day of trawling jumbo shrimp on the pacific, Pancho, our skipper, anchored us right off shore, so he could enjoy a mid day snack. To my surprise, I noticed movement on the beach. I swan dived into the big blue and swam straight to shore, eager to explore my curiosities of what was marooned on this island. As I waded onto shore, slowly adjusting my eyes to the rays of the bright sun, I made out the figure of a ragged man chopping coconuts and eating raw marlin. He looked as if he'd lived on this beach his whole life. "My name is @kiddo ," he shouted "welcome to my kingdom." I walked up to the man, shook his hand, and handed him a homemade bottle of delicious Foushee Family Secret Sauce. "Dab a lil a that on yer marlin, and all yer wilest dreams ull come true" He thanked me and ran full speed into the underbrush of the thick green jungle. I stood there in bewilderment for some time, then returned to the boat where the capn had finally finished his meal. I looked out to shore one final time as we retrieved the anchor and set sail, it nearly brought me to tears. That was my only bottle of sauce. I loved that sauce.
Staying hydrated is just part of the job. Being a camp counselor is more than just making sure the campers don't fall overboard, it's bringing an assortment of snacks to keep the chillren happy, singing good old fashion sing alongs, and being prepared for anything a monkey throws at you. But when it really comes down to it, it's all about the adventures... and the snacks of course, but mostly the adventures.
After row boating for 2 weeks, dangerously low on fresh water, chips and salsa, I washed ashore along the rocky beaches south of Sayulita. I commandeered a lost machete and sliced my way through the jungle, luckily, I stumbled upon a couple abandoned palapa stationed in a hidden oasis, a perfect spot to set up shop. But first, a couple fresh coconuts.
what the heck is that light bulb connected to?
"There are many like us, but this boat is ours." - @deejayrupp
dudes big toe isn't looking too hot
spent all my money on fish tacos, so I've decided to reside on the sandy shores and feast my eyes on the pure beauty of oceano pacifico... although, still a little hungry... send snacks
soy adicto a la salsa picante
I try to read a new version of the dictionary every Sunday, just to sharpen my vocabulary. However, on this particular read, mid way through the S's, I came across one of my favorite adjectives, "Smooth", but for some odd reason it didn't have a definition beside it, instead, a paperclip, holding this image on the page.
After 33 consecutive flights, the boy came to the realization he was trapped in an endless upward spiraling maze of cold metal steps. His attempt to call to his compadres at the food court above was his last hope... but sadly, he was fresh out of minutes. His stomach rumbled. It was this exact gut wrenching moment, that he understood what he had to do. Climb those stairs, make it to the food court... and order a large strawberry banana smoothie.
Mrs. Frizzle pullin in on the wrong side of the street
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My grandma's gonna love this picture
got some broccoli stuck in my teeth
These 20¢/minute international calls are running me dry @danyl earth
Local taco spot was closed, headquarters are saying they might be able to pull a few strings
Green &a Purple
About to enter a dangerous paddle-board race
Shouldn't of parked your boat under that tree there bud
Gettin jiggy down south
Hopefully I can trade in these poker chips for a nice home cooked meal
Snuck in through the back
"As a single footstep will not make a path on the earth, so a single thought will not make a pathway in the mind. To make a deep physical path, we walk again and again. To make a deep mental path, we must think over and over the kind of thoughts we wish to dominate our lives." - Henry David Thoreau
Work in progress, updates soon Buckle up.
Entrance to the fountain of yewth
Proper sneeze coverage technique
May have packed a little light to go mountain climbing Wizard: @rixtagram
Chip & Dave
Climbed a lot of steps today
Sincerest apologies for the lack of posts recently. I've been super busy with the chain of Chinese restaurants that I opened up with my brother back in 09'. It's great business, and even better food. 肚子有一點餓的時候也可以說