Hammock in San Pedro at the Blue Tang.
My book choices have been varied lately. From Rules of Civility, a young woman's encounter with upper class New York society in the Depression era, to The Gold Coast and The Gatehouse (Nelson DeMille's John Sutter series) where the basic theme is Long Island upper class meets Mafia don. And now I'm reading Shattered Dreams: My Life as a Polygamist's Wife. I found the last one while searching for books about life in Mexico. It wasn't really what I had in mind. I was looking for something similar to God and Mr. Gomez, but the book's interesting since it involves Mormon polygamists who fled to Mexico in the early 1900's. (So far there's been no mention of the Romney clan.)
The Nook has turned out to be my fave purchase of all time. I utilize my two online library cards (Hint -- if you're wanderers and still have an old library card and pen code from a former location, you don't have to be there to use the online library) to keep a steady supply of free books coming in.
If only I had a hammock!
(Maybe I'll buy Craig a hammock for his birthday.)