Yesterday we headed out to spend the afternoon at La Bufadora. The kids had enjoyed it so much last winter and it's always fun to revisit familiar places. By the time we left, we realized we wouldn't have enough time there, so we decided to put it off for today. Instead we drove into Ensenada and walked along the malecón. It's quite common in Mexico to get lots of positive attention due to the size of our family, and yesterday was no exception. A young man out strolling with his girlfriend walked alongside us for a moment, and he was so pleased to see our family. It was really sweet. I love being in a culture where families are celebrated, and where four kids is seen as a good thing! We had my cousin Tomas' son along with us as well, so we actually had five for the day. We all had a nice, relaxed afternoon together.
|Pearl on the move.|
|We enjoyed having "King David" along.|
|This made me happy too, a little book kiosk along the way with a sign that says the books are not sold or rented, they're provided completely free!|
|Our day out wouldn't be complete without stopping at a little taqueria for dinner. Habañeros, anyone?|
|I thought this chopping block was pretty neat. It was a thick slice of a tree with a rounded indentation in the middle, perfect for chopping carne asada.|