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El Nino Phenomenon - Yes or No?

(Written two days ago, and then – poof – no internet until now!)

After punishing the Solomon Islands,  a now-category 5 ITA assaults the Western Pacific and bears down on Australia.   552 more words

TRAVEL: LATIN AMERICA

Timeout for Art: Careful Study

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.
Albert Einstein

This week finds me working on a nine-foot wide painting to be used as a mural on a restaurant wall.   306 more words

TRAVEL: LATIN AMERICA

Barbara, My Hummingbird Friend

Barbara Seibel and I have been friends for about fourteen years.  Our paths crossed when I moved to Guanacaste Costa Rica, and we were instant friends.   408 more words

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Guaranda Bound via Misty Chimborazo

(Near Volcano Chimborazo and Guaranda Ecuador)

My friends Hank and Marie trusted my recommendations and veered off the beaten path to view the lovely snow-capped Volcano Chimborazo.   174 more words

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She Moves On

Today one of Jama’s bright young shining stars soars out of Ecuadorian airspace and lands in a most unpredictable spot for the next nine or so months of her life! 297 more words

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End-of-Day Reflections

Manabi Province – Ecuador
As if to announce a change in our ‘rainy season’ drought, this sunset cast an eerie glow across the entire landscape.  Still muddy from early February rains, the river seemed to bounce the colors back into the sky.   102 more words

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Timeout for Art - Sharing Your World with Others

When you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it’s your world for the moment. I want to give that world to someone else. 578 more words

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