Wednesday, October 7, 2015

It'sown Sririt of Adventures

It's Feria (Fair) in Fuengirola this week. I went and saw the beautiful costumes and horses today and took about a gazillion (maybe a few less than a gazillion) photos.

San Geraldo and I met for lunch, because he forgot stores would be closed and there's no food in the house. Today was the Día de la Virgen Del Rosario (Day of the Virgin of the Rosary).

For no good reason, I went to bed awfully late Tuesday night and I was up early Wednesday morning taking pictures of the sunrise. After lunch, I had a three-hour siesta. It wasn't a very productive day. So, long after Wednesday's sunset, here's Wednesday's sunrise.

(Click any image for the awesome.)




AND THEN THE VIEW FROM BACK IN BED.

And I'll finish with a T-shirt I saw emblazoned with my new motto — which I don't understand.

"LOOK HERE: IT'SOWN FREE CLOTHING THE SRIRIT OF ADVENTURES DESIGN."


My Sririt Spirit of Adventures is You

20 comments:

  1. Does the length of your days vary greatly with the changing of the seasons?

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    1. Andrew:
      Summer solstice (June 21), there are 14 hours 41 minutes of daylight (sunrise 6:58)
      Winter solstice (December 20), 9 hours 38 minutes (sunrise 8:26)

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  2. There's nothing like a mysterious typo to make one wonder if it is indeed an error or a hidden message.

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    1. Michael:
      And all errors are repeated a second time on the shirt. It MUST be a coded message.

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  3. BEAUTIFUL sunrises and sunsets!! And right at your doorstep.
    I think I have an inkling as to where these t-shirts were made/printed........

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    1. Jim:
      It's not easy to stay on bed (I took more sunrise photos yesterday). And, yes, you've probably guessed right on the origin of the T-shirt.

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  4. Love the sunrise shots. Wish I could sleep in after sunrise, but once I am Up, I am Up. (get it?)

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  5. That song and your pictures have me feeling Up!

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  6. I'd never leave your balcony because I wouldn't want to miss out on those magnificent colors.

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    1. Stephen:
      Some days, I can't pull myself away.

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  7. Of course it is. Who wants clothing with it'sown in it? Especially if you're it'sown intolerant.I always get my clothing it'sown free. Alrays. Er, um, always.

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    1. Walt the Fourth:
      I'm so glad you understand. At least I THINK this means you understand. What you understand, I don't know.

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  8. What wcs said. My thoughts exactly. Errr, umm..........

    Another winning video!

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    1. Jacqueline:
      Walt always puts things so succinctly.

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  9. Lost in translation...again, people should figure out how to use google translate at the very least before they go to the screen printer

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    1. Cheapchick:
      You're so right. An online translator isn't perfect, but it would at least avoid this.

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  10. Mitchell you live in the most beautiful corner of the world

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