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Monthly Archives: November 2012
We took a beautiful drive yesterday, and I just wanted to share some pics.
What inspires me? The Special Photo Challenge is asking this question. Just look behind me. This country is so beautiful. We are in Chiriqui Province which may be one of the most beautiful areas of Panama (though I can’t be … Continue reading
I haven’t been writing as much the last few days. Sometimes I feel like I have things to say, and sometimes I don’t. Or, sometimes I’m just occupied with other things. What has been going on the last few days? … Continue reading
I hardly know where to start on this one. I have so many things to be thankful for! This photo is symbolic of the biggest, most recent thing, my new life in Panama. I had heard about these birds from … Continue reading
I’m participating in the online adventure travel magazine LetsBeWild.com’s Wild Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggers This week’s Challenge is: Sunsets! Thank you everyone who helped me chose which of my favorite sunset photos to enter. I notice that quite a few … Continue reading
Nick commented on my blog and mentioned the sunset photo challenge on their site HERE I love skies, I love clouds, and I LOVE sunsets! I have a lot of sunset photos, and I’ve managed to narrow it down to … Continue reading
I am having a time with the blogs on WordPress! There are so many interesting people writing here, and don’t even talk about the photos. I could spend all day looking photos. There are some amazingly talented and interesting people … Continue reading
The folks at WordPress have a weekly photo challenge, and this week it is “Green” (Weekly Photo Challenge link) Green? Do I have something green? Oh my… YES I am in Panama. Our whole world here is green. My big … Continue reading
November 16th, 2012 Today we decided to walk around the bus terminal area. I heard there were fabric shops there and I’m thinking of doing some sewing. We didn’t find much fabric, but we found a lot of other things. … Continue reading