Monthly Archives: November 2011

BENDICIDO SEAS! BLESSED BE…….FROM GEORJEAN

BENDICIDO SEAS!  BLESSED BE! A cool rainy Thanksgiving morning.  I sit with my coffee, my family around, on a roof top patio in San Jose.  We arrived at dusk yesterday after a day-long bus ride from Boquete.  I like traveling … Continue reading

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Random thoughts on what’s to like and not like in Boquete

There was an open air concert at the parque on Sunday.  The group, a typico Panameno foursome, made some happy music for a couple of hours.  The neat thing was that the audience was a mix of Ngobe Indians, Panamenos … Continue reading

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An Important Organization Working to Sustain Life in Tropical Latin America

I am excited to get to meet and learn more about this amazing pioneer organization, ABOQUETE, and its CEO Demetrio Diaz.  Many people are working to promote Demetrio for and important award recognizing his efforts.  Here’s some things I’ve learned … Continue reading

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A Trip to the Beach for Fin de Semana

We decided, on a whim, to go to the beach at Las Lajas last weekend.  It was time we began exploring more territory beyond the confines of Boquete and these beautiful mountains.  We chose Las Lajas because someone told us … Continue reading

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On the subject of Climate Change….

For the clueless or cynical diehards who deny global warming, it’s getting awfully cold out there. The latest icy blast of reality comes from an eminent scientist whom the climate-change skeptics once lauded as one of their own. Richard Muller, … Continue reading

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