Rainy Day

The Life and Times of a Weimaraner


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There have been so many people who have asked me to share pictures of Catalina and the house we are about to move into.

Unfortunately I do not have to many of Catalina right now. They were backed up on cds that are now waiting for us in a container on Catalina. What I do have will give everyone an idea of what island life is like and how blessed I am to call it home. Mind you most of the pictures were taken in November and December. Notice how NOT cold it is!!!

Behind the casino….notice the faint image of the mainland off in the distance

Backside of the island….where Natalie Woods died

Classic Catalina sunset

Portofinos….the BEST Italian restaurant

My favorite restaurant on the island….been eating there since I was a little girl

The Yacht Club
The view from the hotel my grandparents owned and where my mother grew up

Portofinos again

A sunrise from our honeymoon suite in my mothers old hotel

What makes Catalina so familiar to everyone….the grand Casino

The point just after Lovers Cove…where we scattered my grandmothers ashes

The front view of my mothers childhood home….once The Camp Bravo and now called The Vista del Mar

My mother and I at Lovers Cove
Tiled artwork at the Casino entrance

Wrigley Memorial where Ron and I chose to get married

Transportation to and from the island….The Catalina Express

Catalina Dive Park off of the Casino

A Garibaldi fish famous and abundant on Catalina….notice the clear water

Eileen and I at Lovers Cove looking for sea shells

Bird Rock at the Point

Front Entrance of the Casino
The top of the Wrigley Memorial on a misty day

Something ultra fun to do while visiting

A cute shop with a fun name….clever

Just a  reminder to view the pictures larger just click on the picture and it will enlarge also providing you with a strip of all the pictures at the bottom of the page.

Come and visit



Author: sunnyday1266

My name is Rev. Lisa "sunny" Day. I became an Ordained Minister of Walking Prayer through the teachings of The Center for Sacred Studies and The Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers. This blog is my simple writing of my spiritual journey and my practices. I hope I am never done learning all that the universe has to teach me. As I gather wisdom I merely share them with you. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoy writing it. Walk in Beauty Sunny

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