Thursday, May 21, 2009

Tasty Tuesdays on Jackson Beach

Tuesdays are harvest days and it's only fitting that in the evenings, there's a standing celebration down at Jackson Beach.

Heavy rain was in the prediction, but both times, the rain gods were thwarted by the rarely seen, but heartily worshiped sun.

This week, I rode out the 5 or so miles to Jackson Beach with the intention of riding back before dark, but what with volleyball, hummus, a bonfire, and the famous "Chili Willy" playing his charango, I couldn't tear myself away.

Showing off our mad volleyball skills
Not being able to tear myself away



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7 comments:

  1. "What the hell is a charango?"

    *Wikipedia...moments pass*

    "Huh!"

    They're made of armadillo!

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  2. this one wasn't made of armadillo, but it was still cool!

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  3. because it's delicious!! why else?

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  5. THANKS EVERYBODY FOR ENJOYING MY SONGS, I FEEL REALLY GLAD. bY THE WAY, CHARANGO IS AN INSTRUMENT THAT LOOKS LIKE A LITTLE ACOUSTIC GUITAR, KINDA TURTLE SHAPED IN THE BACK MADE FROM CHILIAN WOOD AND HAS ITS UNIQUE NOISE.nEXT WEEKEND I M GONNA BE THERE WITH MY FRIENDS FROM ROCHE HARBOR AGAIN, AND WANNA KNOW WHO IS THE PERSON WHO MADE THIS BLOG SO I CAN BE GRATEFUL.

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