This paragraph didn’t make it onto some of the places I auto-post so I’ll add it here.
This is the end of the catamaran trip from yesterday:
Something new – just as we got back to the Careenage, the captain/crew started playing this and most everyone danced their way into port. What fun!
I usually try to keep a list of books I’ve read on trips. One thing I like about coming here to Barbados is that they have a book exchange and I can often pick up British books I might not be able to get in the states. Anne Perry was one of those authors I discovered here.
When I first got here I was reading
That’s a pleasant enough book but I don’t know if I’ll finish it or not. I just don’t really care enough about the plot or the characters. If there’s ever a moment when I’m somehow bookless, I might finish it.
On Tuesday, August 28, I had set up an auto-delivery to my Kindle of
I love the Gamache series. I discovered these books either last year or the year before here and have read the whole series. The characters are interesting and the plots are fascinating. They take place in Canada, which I find interesting.
I also like a mystery series by Michael Genelin which takes place in Slovokia about a female detective named Jana Matinova, but I’m up to date on those.
At the end of the Gamache book was a note “…if you liked this book, you might like…”
So I tried
I usually read British novels from the 19th century and this was contemporary but I really enjoyed it, anyway. Loved the main characters and I hope the author, Emma Jameson, writes more in this series.
So now I’m reading
I finished that this morning and started this
When that’s done, probably some time tomorrow afternoon, I’ll start
And that about wraps up this trip, I think…
I am getting so lazy, just sitting around and reading. I did finish that book from the last post, Still Life: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel. I have started book #4, Treason at Lisson Grove by Anne Perry. I have a special bond with the Thomas and Charlotte Pitt series because I first discovered it here at The Crane lending library about 9 years ago.
I haven’t taken many pictures these last few days since there’s not much happening. I did take these of the coming rain…
I think that this day, Tuesday, was the day or the earthquake in the DC area. Sounded pretty scary.
The rains let up in the afternoon and we went swimming. That’s the great thing about rain here – it rains for a few minutes, the sun comes out and everything dries up again. Just like The Itsy Bitsy Spider:
I took this picture of the little lizard trying to hide on the louvres in the bathroom:
Not much else of interest. This morning we had a meeting with some of The Crane staff, then off to Cutters for breakfast, Emerald City for more groceries then back to my chair for reading.
It’s so relaxing here. We’ve been here just under a week but it seems like nearly forever…