2018 Life Logs, Day 79—Last Day in Puerto Rico
Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Weather: Sunny Early, Then Clouds and Rain in the PM; High 81, Low 69 degrees F
Location: At Home with Justin, Jo, Ziggy, and Coco in Rincon, PR
Today was my last day in Puerto Rico with Justin and family. The day started with Justin fixing a nice breakfast for everyone before heading to work. When he left, Jo did the chores and came in with 32 eggs! We realized that we have been so busy that no one had checked for eggs for the past three days. Then Jo needed to take one of the dogs to the vet and Ziggy and Coco stayed home with me. Ziggy finished writing his book about the farm while I worked with Coco on writing letters of the alphabet. Then we retraced our steps from last Friday, taking the farm photos for the book. Somehow the folder of photos taken on Friday ‘disappeared’ requiring the retake. In the afternoon, Jo returned and she planted seeds in the new deep beds she put in this weekend and Ziggy, Coco, and I continued our work on what will be the petting zoo area. We deepened and extended the trench where fencing will be buried to keep predators from digging under the fence to get in and to keep the rabbits from digging their way out.
The taxi comes at midnight to take me to the airport in Aguadilla for the trip home. The time here has passed so quickly, but it has been wonderful to visit with Justin, Jo, Ziggy, and Coco and to see the improvements to the farm after Hurricane Maria. It has also been wonderful to enjoy the warm weather. If all goes as planned, I will land in Boston by 10:30 tomorrow morning and it will not be warm!