This picture was suppose to be the second one down;
in fact, it was the second one down, but when I tried
to put some space between it and the next one down,
it disappeared. When I added it again, it was at the top
and I can't get it down where it goes...JENNY...help!
After 3 days at sea, this lovely city of San Juan
looked beautiful to 4 land starved women.
(the top picture)
We took a ride up to the hilltop El Morro Fort
for a great view of the city and some interesting
history. This fort was built in the early 1500's and
took over 200 years to build.
A view of the city from the fort.
Liz and I in a nifty little corner gazebo
(or maybe it was used as cover while shooting at the enemy).
Lynn got into a bit of trouble while visiting the fort!
The hair-dos are courtesy of a windy day, but doesn't
that beach look gorgeous? Bet you wish you were there!
To make you feel a bit better about where you are
this winter, let me add that it was 88 degrees
with 100% humidity. Dang uncomfortable!
I took this picture because I was sure you'd all love
this sculpture. Sometimes I feel like I look just like her, only with
Next installment will take you to St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. I'm giving you a heads up incase you aren't interested in St. Thomas, you can wait for the island of your dreams and tune in on that day.