Monday, April 9, 2018

Hammock Time on Puerto Lopez Beach #AtoZChallenge




Even a broken hammock is correct twice a day. Wait, that’s not right...


Relaxation Recipe


  • Bring book 
  • Buy fruity drink 
  • Find hammock
  • Enjoy sea breezes and waving palms






A Note on Theme Changes


Before the A to Z Challenge began, I loved the idea of sharing one Puerto Lopez photo per day and writing a 26-word description. I placed both restrictions on myself. Now that I have used this theme for a week, I sometimes want to use a few more words. This paragraph alone has 55 words.

Also, I spend an inordinate amount of time trying to decide on just one photo.

Announcing AtoZ Challenge theme changes!

  1. Beginning today, more than one photo is allowed. No large photo galleries but there might be a few photos.
  2. For letters I-Z, posts will have 26 to 200 words.

Hope you return for slightly longer, more visual posts!

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A look back


Last year, I wrote Humpback Whales.

32 comments:

  1. I will set aside a little more time each day with which to enjoy your posts. Now, where's that hammock?

    A-Z of My Friend Rosey!

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    1. Thanks for your flexibility, Keith. I've got your hammock reserved right over here...

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  2. LOL - all hammock time is good time, whether it's right or not. And thumbs up for your rule changes - the more the merrier.

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  3. Rules are meant to be broken--especially when we place them on ourselves. I look forward to more photos and words.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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    1. Thank you Arlee! More photos and more words coming soon...

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  4. An experiment that proved changes were necessary. That means you're enjoying what you're doing, and that's what's important!

    Love the pictures, I can see why you want to add more!

    Thank you for visiting and commenting on the WEP A to Z Blog Contribution - GENRE!

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    1. Love the way you think, Yolanda! I am enjoying myself :) Thank you for visiting and commenting.

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  5. I like the changes because I love to hear what you have to say about your photos. That hammock looks very welcoming!

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    1. Thanks Heather! I have tried that hammock - it is very relaxing.

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  6. I love the look and idea of hammocks but I've never been successful in using one. LOL!

    Donna B. McNicol|Author and Traveler
    A to Z Flash Fiction Stories|A to Z of Goldendoodles

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    1. You are not alone! I know folks who will not attempt getting in them because they say they fall out the other side! :)

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  7. nice. (*snort!*)
    The Wisdom of Hammocks
    Or Hammock-Time, at least. :-)

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    1. Hey, I could have used this for W - Wisdom of Hammocks :) Thanks Jz!

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  8. My hubby loves his hammock! Trying to find a place for it in the new backyard :) Heidi at, Decibel Memos (Perspectives absent of sound)

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    1. I love them, too. Hope you find a place for one! Thanks Heidi!

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  9. There is nothing better than relaxing in a hammock. Weekends In Maine

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    1. I agree with you Karen! Not often but some days I just go lay in a hammock and read. Thanks for stopping by!

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  10. Welcome the changes to your theme! More photos, please! :)

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    1. Thank you Nila! More photos, coming right up!

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  11. I am so craving for a holiday that, the colorful hammock is as tempting as hell

    Tongue Twister for I

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    1. It is here, just waiting for you DeeDee...

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  12. Hi Emily - my brother in England has a hammock ... which is fine - but the dog usually pesters for some game time!! I think I might be coming down the coast for a hammock visit - but see a few others in front of me in the line!! Wonderful to think about though as it's bucketing that wet stuff here ... cheers Hilary

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    1. Come on down, Hilary! There are dogs here but they usually lay quietly next to the hammock until another dog comes by to play. Hope it has stopped bucketing and you are drying out by now! Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

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  13. Ahh, a hammock! There is no better rest for me after a day working in the yard than a lie down in my hammock. Thanks for reminding me of this.

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    1. Hammocks are such a great place to relax, April. How nice that you have one at home! Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

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  14. You can hit me with an many hammock pics as you can muster Emily. I won't complain:)
    Ecuador is calling me man...your photos are making me want to fly over right now.
    H is for Head Wash Day

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    1. Excellent, Arti! I am sure more hammocks will find their way into the blog in the future. Let me know when you are arriving!

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  15. Even broken, it looks like Heaven!

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  16. No time in a hammock is wasted time! These are such lovely hammocks!

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