Louise and I would like to say Thank You to all of you who sent us all of the Holiday Greetings. It was great to hear what has been going on in your life since we last saw you. As always, Christmas was very good to the two of us. We spent a quiet day hanging around the coach and then about 3pm we got together with 90 others here in the RV Park for a potluck dinner. Saturday night, Ricardo and Susie had a large group over to their “Casita” (little house) for a very tasty Chile Verde dinner. It must have been “tasty” because I think I had 3 large helpings…I guess I had 3 large helpings at the bar as well…well, that’s another story… Then like magic it was New Years Eve. The weather here in Cabo San Lucas is staying sunny and warm but it cools right on down in the evenings. Last night we joined 5 other couples and went to the Sand Bar Restaurant for a great Lobster and steak dinner. The Sand Bar was all decorated up in the “New Year” theme…very festive. Our table was sat deep into the sand, about 20 feet from the small waves that come running up toward our feet. A large bonfire on each side of our table, a live band playing great music, friends and “newbie’s to talk and joke with, and a wonderful celebration of the “Old and the New” to enjoy. I had brought some fireworks from South Dakota for this day, and it was fun to watch Juancho and Doris’s son Max firing them off for us. Ricardo and Susie suggested that we take cabs to and from the dinner, and that turned out to be a great suggestion. We not only saw the Old Year out, we saw the New Year in for at least the first three hours. Sleeping in this morning seemed to be the norm for just about everyone around here. I don’t think I heard or saw anyone until after 11am. That could be because I didn’t get out myself until then. Louise and I told Bonnie and Douglas that we would be picking them up at the airport this afternoon, so after getting the car all washed up we headed out to the airport. Their plane arrived on time but sat on the apron for another 50 minutes before heading in to the gate. Oh well, its Mexican timing…all’s well and safe.