The River, Revisited

The river behind our neighborhood is one of my favorite places, but sometimes I don’t go there as often as I should. That’s the nice thing about house guests. As you show them interesting things you get to visit your favorite places yourself!

The river is always beautiful but it changes with the seasons, and with who is there at the moment, the time of day, the weather conditions….  that is my excuse for taking a million photos. Yesterday’s photos don’t work for today because it is different in this moment.

I have to post river photos once in a while even though you all have already seen it quite a few times. We are so fortunate to have this literally in our backyard. It is only a short walk down there, and so close that we can hear the water from the house.

About Kris Cunningham

We live in David, Chiriqui Provence, Republic of Panama! This blog is about some of our experiences in our new country.
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11 Responses to The River, Revisited

  1. Gorgeous, Kris. I miss living by a river. Did those guys have fishing poles? Are fishing poles common?


    • I’ve seen guys with really long, slender bamboo poles, like 10-15 feet. I don’t know how they avoid getting them tangled in everything on the way to the river. I have also seen more modern, regular fishing poles. I haven’t seen this spear fishing thing before though. Not too many people fish in this river so I’m not sure what is the most common.


    • You may not have a river, but you have one of the most beautiful lakes I’ve seen! We fell in love with that warm, gentle water and the beauty, and the sunsets.


  2. Laureen says:

    Absolutely lovely…I am so looking forward to our April visit! Thanks for sharing Kris.


  3. thepazeras says:

    Great pics! Looks like more water in the river since we were there last February?


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