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Bocas del Toro

Crossing the border into Panama was a bit of a pain in the ass but I think that was largely to do with the fact that the four of us were hungover, tired and the sun was incredibly hot that day. 1,038 more words

Life Through The Lens - Part II - November 27 Image

“Bought a beat up six string in a secondhand store, didn’t know how to play but he knew for sure…” (Lyrics from Juke Box Hero by Foreigner)

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Book Review: The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness

The Knife of Never Letting Go

by Patrick Ness

genre: adventure, science fiction, young adult

Summary from Goodreads

Prentisstown isn’t like other towns. Everyone can hear everyone else’s thoughts in an overwhelming, never-ending stream of Noise. 679 more words

Eliabeth

St. John Notebook: Happy Island Thanksgiving

It’s Thanksgiving throughout the U.S. where the consuming of turkey becomes the focal point of family gatherings but here in Coral Bay it’s Thankspigging – where a fellow named Ken Yolman (Longhair Ken) began a tradition 14 years ago of roasting a pig and inviting anyone who cares to show up for a pot-luck supper. 283 more words

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Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon is the most photogenic of all the slot canyons of the south west USA. Possibly one of the most photogenic places I have ever been. 144 more words

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Jumping into books!

I’ve been writing science articles for Jump! magazine for a while now and I’m thrilled that they’re launching their first books. Of course I’m even more thrilled that they asked me to write one of them! 198 more words

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