I wanted to take her home, but she, unfortunately, belongs to the Spoiled Dog Winery.
I rate all wineries by two key metrics:
- Paula’s oppinion of the wine
- The amount of time I spend sitting on the floor petting a dog
Spoiled Dog Winery gets two thumbs up in my book.
I find it’s a good idea to drop in every once in a while to make sure the residents are taking good care of my town. A surprise inspection is always good for morale.
Yesterday after sitting on the beach for the morning I started getting anxious. I wanted to get home to get to work on our house and dig into projects at work. Perfect timing, I guess it’s time to go home.
Paula and Reeves enjoying a fruity drink on the beach.
As is becoming the trend lately, Paula is the first to post… so I refer you to her blog for details.
For those of you at work, don’t worry, I’ve already forgotten your names.
One of the things Paula and I have found is the off season is really nice. The weather may be cooler but the prices are lower and (my favorite part) the crowds are lighter.
There is, however, one more thing I was noticing today: the lighting is dramatic for most of the day. If you’re trying to take pictures during the summer, they really look best at sunset and sunrise. During the winter, however, the sun is lower and the light is more dramatic.
Grenada has been a joy so far. I was a bit stressed at the beginning since my grasp of Spanish is pretty much nil, but I’ve decided to relax and let Paula handle it all. :) After spending most of the morning traveling yesterday we had an early dinner then walked around a bit near hotel. We slept about 12 hours then spent today going up and down the hills that surround the Al Hambra palace. Tomorrow we head up the hill to see the grand Moorish complex, we can’t wait.