Good afternoon everyone.  I started writing yesterday, but I only got as far as the date because I was out and about and without my computer.  At any rate, it’s a bit late to tell everyone where or what’s going on in town tonight, so I’ll just ramble on except to wish Warren “Wornout” Sundquist a happy birthday on April 26.  Today is my daughter’s birthday and I sent her flowers, but I’m not sure she was home to receive them, as I’ve not heard back from her.  I am in the transition period of moving my site to another “host” so there will be periods when the site is down, while they migrate the files, etc.  So, if zee Korner is not up, it will be!  I just published about fifty photos on my Faceless Book page, which I’ll also put on Kat’s Korner when Hostgator has my domain in tact.  I have decided to write “Dear Kat” on zee Korner once a month and I have one “in the can” so to speak, which is an older one I wrote a couple of years ago.  I intentionally did this so my readers (who were not with the San Felipe Newsletter) will get a sneak preview of what this column is all about. Mostly, it’s just a fun read and I wouldn’t take my own advice, so don’t take it too seriously.

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Good evening everyone.  I’m back from the Bud Lite Score BajaSur500 and what a great race.  I flew down to San Jose del Cabo on April 15 and took a cab to Cabo San Lucas.  I’ve been to San Jose del Cabo years ago, with a girlfriend and my daughter (who was about eleven at the time) but we never actually went into Cabo, so that was a treat.  It seems like I’ve been gone a month but I had a great time and it was a fantastic race and I’m a very lucky gal or suertuda!  In Cabo, I stayed at the Santa Fe and I think I must have walked at least 20 miles between my hotel, contingency and the beginning of the race.  There were other racers staying at the hotel (which is a very nice place and $2,800 Pesos for three nights). Thomas Graves from El Cajon “Team Alba Racing” was one of them.  I had the opportunity to ride to contingency in his Class 19 race car, which they built from the ground up.  Photo by Kat Hammontre.  

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