Monthly Archives: April 2014

More Panama City – the French Quarter

I found The French Quarter of Panama City very intriguing, a combination of old world elegance and decay. The president of Panama lives in the French Quarter, in this large white structure you see below. It turns out the president … Continue reading

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Share Your World – 2014 Week 15

Wondering what Cee has in store for us this week? Let’s find out! 1. For your blog do you basically use Windows or Mac, laptop, desktop, pad, or phone? Since Windows 8 drove me to Mac, that’s what I use. … Continue reading

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The Moon Did its Thing

And I tried to do mine. The moon, before the earth so rudely blocked its light. The earth begins its encroachment. And continues becoming more and more aggressive until finally It concedes defeat and becomes the blood moon we have … Continue reading

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The Modern Panama City

When we reached the Pacific shoreline in Panama City, we were in the heart of the modern part of the city, where there were many many high-rises. The twisted building on the right is called “The Wall”. Interesting, isn’t it? … Continue reading

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Views from the Bus to Panama City

Today we’ll return to the trip, this time more about Panama and Panama City. I found so many pictures I want to share, Panama City is going to become more than one post – probably four posts. I can only … Continue reading

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Share Your World -2014 Week 14

Another week, time to share with Cee. 1. If you had to describe your day as a traffic sign, what would it be? “Bump”. Oregon seems to have a penchant for using as few words as possible in their road … Continue reading

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Trouble Trouble, Boil and Bubble

That title is a bit of an exaggeration, but it is what was running through my mind as I sat at my keyboard and pondered the emotions of the past few days. They have been boiling and bubbling, but it … Continue reading

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