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//WL2K San Blas Islands

We got up at a leisurely 7am for the 10 mile trip to East Holndas Cays from our anchorage at Limmon Cay. A large squall came through the anchorage last night at about 3AM, bringing thick rain drops and wind that filled our heads with its howling. The boat anchor held...

The Serendipitous Fort Sherman

The Serendipitous Fort Sherman

When traveling and especially by boat  -  our skills in improvisation, invention and  patience are constantly exercised and tested. We also  need to embrace ambiguity when the paths forward aren't clear. The boat needed a fair amount of work to become  sea-worthy...

Part II Year End Photo Review

Part II Year End Photo Review

Welcome back to part II of this adventure.  Last blog entry I started to pick my ten best  images of 2015. I was not successful  editing down to ten  but went from 7554 images at the start to 13.  The first culling  was  easy - going from 7554 to 184 but the next set...

Colorado Plateau

Colorado Plateau

  The Moki Dugway is a gravel road in southeast Utah.  From the top, one can look out at Monument Valley near the Utah-Arizona stateline  and down into the Valley of the Gods. Built in the 1950s to transport uranium,  Moki Dugway winds its way down a cliff face with...

Colorado

Colorado

  We spent a month living in Denver being grandparents, hiking and enjoying living in another city. I like Denver, it’s a young, hip and vibrant city. The part of the Rocky mountains known as the Front Range are a short drive and the micro-brews are ubiquitous. The...

Life among the weird

Life among the weird

"To have been young, then to have grown older, and finally to die is a mediocre existence, for the animal also has that merit. But to unite the elements of life in contemporaneity, that is precisely the task"     -- Kierkegaard Back in Portland, where the  motto ...