Author Archives: Cliff

In the Garden with Jon and Georjean at the Sashas’s

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Me at Cousin Jonathan Sasha’s Home in Douglas, Isle of Man

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Taos, New Mexico – an Uncommon Town

   

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Our time in Mesa Verde, Colorado

Our guide, Venacio, a member of the Navaho Nation informed that the people who inhabited the Mesa for 800 years didn’t “disappear” – they moved!  “Why”, we wondered?  The people were farmers.   They grew corn.  They lived off the fruits … Continue reading

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Getting High – Telluride In the San Juan Mountains

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After Cuenca -Quito and the Towns of Imbaburra Province

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Ingapirca – Ecuadorean Archeological Site of Canari and Inca Civilization

We took a van to Ingapirca today.  It was a beautiful two hour ride through some of the most stunning scenery we have seen in our travels.  Ingapirca is the best known archeological site of former Canari and Inca civilization … Continue reading

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Images of Cajas – The diversity of Life

Cajas National Park has over 250 lakes is located  and is about 29 kilometers west of Cuenca. The park became  famous since the appearance of the Virgin (Virgen del Cajas). Many people like to go there ask for miracles and … Continue reading

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A Special Day at Las Cajas – A Remarkable Park High in the Andes

 

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Our first month in Cuenca, Ecuador

So very much has happened -and not – since we first arrived here in this Andean city of Cuenca, Ecuador about one month ago.  We found ourselves engaged entirely with getting to know the city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, … Continue reading

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