Monthly Archives: November 2014

Antigua Guatemala – A Thanksgiving to remember

November 25-28th ~ Antigua, Guatemala How wonderful to be back in our beloved Guatemala. Here is a sneak peek of why we love it here. Colorful, friendly, UNESCO World Heritage Site, amazing scenery, architectural ruins. The name Antigua means ancient. … Continue reading

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Picture of the day ~ Flash back to Cabo San Lucas in 1998

“Whatever you think you can do or believe you can do, begin it. Action has magic, grace and power in it.” ~ Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe Cabo San Lucas, aka “Cabo” is one of the top five tourist destinations in … Continue reading

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Picture of the Day ~ Alaska meadow

In the fall of 1998 we took our then nine-year-old son, Dane, on his first cruise. Tim and I had been booked for several months, along with our parents, and another uncle.  It was a last-minute decision to take him, and an Inland Passage to … Continue reading

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