Friday, May 23, 2008

The Weather Here Changes About Every Five Minutes

Yesterday it was gawgeous! Last night it was cloudy. This morning it rained. Now, it's so windy I feel sorry for the construction guys next door - outside painting wood in gloves and wool caps. This whole inn moves with a big gust, and I can feel the wind through the double-paned glass next to this nightmarish bed I have to try and sleep in for one more night...

I do want to compliment the Driftwood Inn for being a very inexpensive place to stay in Homer. It is immaculately clean, the staff is very friendly and the location cannot be beat. It's just this bloody awful bed. For the love of Mike!

I'm getting ready to pack my stuff. I'm happy to go home, but right now, I'm watching an old man run his dogs on the beach and it's just too perfect. Ya know? Plus, I'm not looking forward to gassing up the rental car before I turn it in tomorrow morning. Gas here (where they freakin' make the stuff!) is $4.29 a gallon for regular. Oy!

I'm going to heat up lunch (spaghetti left over from dinner last night at "Starvin' Marvin's" pizzaria near the Spit). Pretty good food. Relaxed service. I left my hoodie there so I'll probably go back to pick it up after while.

(The construction guys keep looking up here and catching me looking down at them. I'm just staring out the window thinking of what I'll write next. They probably think they're turning me on... LOL! Men.)

That's it for now.


Anonymous said...

Finally pictures of the interior and Homer people!! Hey! Get ready for the same weather here at Home except for a leetle warmer. It's raining finally. And it's cool outside with a brisk wind to go with it.

Anonymous said...

Maybe they think you are a hooker lookin for some action. Are they cute? That bed looks like it wouldn't move when you sit on it. I like the hanging spider plant.