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This last Dry Season took a terrible toll on the plants and grass in the campo. We noticed it particularly in our back garden where, despite SU’s best efforts the grass began to die away. When Wet Season came we … Continue reading
It is as necessary for man to live in beauty rather than ugliness as it is necessary for him to have food for an aching belly or rest for a weary body. ~ Abraham Maslow ~
Go for long walks, indulge in hot baths, Question your assumptions, be kind to yourself, live for the moment, loosen up, scream, curse the world, count your blessings, Just let go, Just be. ~Carol Shields~
The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. ~ Albert Einstein ~ * The bug is a female Hercules Beetle. The cat is a friend’s. No comments about curiosity and cats will be permitted. Thank … Continue reading
My recent post about noisy concrete trucks prompted Vecino to send me an email: I was interested in your article the other day about the noise in the ‘hood, particularly when you mentioned the concrete truck. Are the people building … Continue reading
The world is mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful. ~ e. e. cummings ~
There are thousands of kinds of ants, and there are 39 different types of leaf cutter ants. Leaf cutter ants are among the most distinctive out of all the species. They spend their lives cutting pieces of leaves, flowers, and … Continue reading
The copious amounts of Mud Daubers about the yard surely predicted that we would find a nest somewhere, and we did. The laundry is hung out to dry most days, avoiding the searing heat from the gas dryer going into the … Continue reading
As long as it’s not too windy, butterflies are easier to photograph than the hummingbird moths…in the campo.
Day Six of Photography 101, we’ve been tasked with finding something that “connects”. The Pan-American Highway crosses the following countries: Canada, USA, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile and Argentina. The Panama Canal cuts … Continue reading
Some stories just need to be told: healing and wholeness in everyday life
A dog and cat in clothing. Puns. Travel. Bacon. Not necessarily in that order.
A Girl, a Guy and Dos Gatos Living in Panama
healthy, low calorie recipes
Get Your GGS Gear
Photography, fiction, humor, opinions, and whatever else I feel like posting
Spreading the dirt, which I live close to
Yousuf Bawany's Blog
Explore What's Possible
A silver haired lady traveling solo on two wheels
The Art and Craft of Blogging
We're Turning Expat Into a Verb
The Thoughts And Travels Of A Geezer On A Harley ……………………………………... Looking at the World Through Teenage Eyes, But With The Cunning, Guile and Wisdom That Comes With Age!
Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath home located in the town of Pedasi, Panama.
Explore ideas worth spreading
My little corner of Panama
Your Guide to Living a Cleaner, Greener Life!
Author. Thinker. Life Enthusiast.
"Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today."-James Dean
Two Wanderers in Panama and Beyond
We're retired US expats with a yen for new horizons traveling since 2012 and currently based in Portugal.
Travels Inward and Out
A Bald Man trying to make sense of a problematic world of woe
Weight Watchers Recipes, Healthy Recipe Blog, Low Fat Recipes
To Turkey & back; adventures in life, romance, heartbreak & seeing the funny
Practical Tips for Productive Living
Discovering Beauty in the small details of our lives
This WordPress.com site is about our life and experiences after retiring in San Clemente Ecuador
I love going new places and sharing them with others!
An Artist's Eyes Never Rest
Becky says things about things and other things
Living On A Small Boat
And everyone says, "You're Moving Again??"
Sweet. Savory. Sinful.
This blog is our way of taking you all with us on our awesome adventure! Come on! Let's go!
in the Dominican Republic
Kris's blog, about retirement in Panama, and other various adventures