Some of our family has arrived….Mikleane, Ric, Louise, and Drew flew in Friday afternoon and then on top of that, Mike, Whitney, and Maddie Pierce, along with one of Maddie’s girl friends, Sierra is here at their time-share. They arrived to spend a couple of weeks with their folks Bonnie and Doug Rohrer (they are part of one of our “adopted families” from our Coeur d’Alene times). Now we are all running in “high gear” just trying to accomplish all they want during their vacation. Naturally the beach is high on the list of daily “must do’s”, and then there is 9:30am breakfast at The Sand Bar, a swim in the pools at Club Cascadas or the beautiful Cabo bay. Then of course it leads to a shopping trip into San Lucas for the things the kids are looking for (Bobble head Turtles for Drew and a beach cover-up for Louise). All of our lunches, in-between snacks, and drinks are taken at the Sand Bar, Cascadas (the kids timeshare), and/or Tabascos on the beach next door. Today top adventure was “Parasailing”. Ric negotiated a good deal for parasailing, so off we went. After a short boat ride out to more of an open area to fly, Mikleane donned all the gear and was soon heading up into the blue skies above. While she was up there enjoying the solitude and the view, she waved down to us that there were whales out on the horizon. The whales are definitely back for their annual visit. Next it was Lil Louise and Drew that would be hoisted skyward. After they were attached to the parachute the line was slowly let out from the stern of the boat. At first they hover close to the rear of the boat and then slowly start their climb. When they reach the summit of their climb, it was time for them to relax and let both hands go free and act like birds around them… They were both excited with their ride. Then it was back to the beach, more food and drink, and a little TV time watching the finish of NASCAR’s Daytona 500…what a finish!!! Tonight we ended up heading out for a hamburger. I was introduced to this little hamburger stand about the first day we arrived here in Cabo, and I have been back many, many times. It is a small cart that this couple brings out every night and set it up right next door to the police station. Most of the diners are the “locals”, but the more I eat there, the more “gringos” I introduce to this incredible hamburger. Tonight it was time for the family to enjoy and enjoy they did…nothing but great reviews from one and all.