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Don’t you just love his shadow reflecting off the sink? No teeny tiny Praying Mantis’ were harmed in this photo shoot…in the campo.
Dear Union Fenosa: I’m writing this to tell you that you ruined my evening once again. This has happened several times in the last week not to mention many times over the years that I have lived here. This time … Continue reading
Today I thought we’d learn a little about electricity. Our latest power outage was caused by one of the biggest rainstorms of the season that traveled with us all the way from Panama on Tuesday. There was so much water … Continue reading
Wet Season has finally arrived in full force although it is just slightly overcast today. We’ve also had no electricity for a few hours… Happy Sunday from the campo!
The electricity went out in the middle of the night. The problem with lack of power throughout the town is that the power is cut to the pump where the town water comes from on the Arriba side. When the … Continue reading
We’re once again at the time of year when the seasons are changing. We’ve had a few rainstorms but then the sun comes out and it’s freakin’ hot and humid. On Monday we went to Chitre and we weren’t surprised … Continue reading
pow·er ˈpou(-ə)r noun 1. the ability to do something or act in a particular way, esp. as a faculty or quality. “the power of speech” 2. the capacity or ability to direct or influence the behavior of others or the … Continue reading
Soon silence will have passed into legend. Man has turned his back on silence. Day after day he invents machines and devices that increase noise and distract humanity from the essence of life, contemplation, meditation. ~ Jean Arp ~ Today … Continue reading
As I write this I am sitting on the back porch listening to Mr. Rooster and watching the swallows dive and dip for their morning breakfast of bugs over the back field. Call me a dweeb but I love getting … Continue reading