Category: Ask Cap’n Greg

Ask Cap’n Greg

While anytime is a good time to enjoy Rocky Point, we are now entering my favorite time of year. Passing the days in shorts and tees and changing to warmer attire at sundown simply can’t be beat. However, I discovered that...

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September 5, 2021 Number 167 in a Series My ice-cold bottle of Tecate was so wet with condensation, every time I took a sip it dripped down the front of my Life Is Good T-shirt. Sadly, I would not make the October cover of...

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Here we go again. Cap’n Greg is being inundated by visitors wanting to know which are my favorite restaurants in Rocky Point. I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again. I am a simple guy (Far too many will...

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I was paging through Facebook, skipping the clickbait like a little kid playing hopscotch. I ran across lots of comments on the Puerto Peñasco Friends page from folks wondering if it’s okay to bring an RV with 17 cats...

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If the COVID pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that isolating for a year makes us even more eager to get away for a week or a weekend at the beach. And since Rocky Point is the closest beach to a lot of folks, it is...

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Cap’n Greg is going to take a departu Cap’n Greg is going to take a departure from the Q&A format to ramble on about some other stuff. Listen up, Pilgrims. Some years ago a guy named Bobby McFerrin released an...

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Warm weather is upon us as the hideous 65-degree days of winter turn to 80° and paradise. For the last decade or so, this is the time of year Cap’n Greg gets asked about issues near and dear to his heart. Such as, why do...

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