Beebe's Guestbook



17th October 2018

Thank you so much for sharing a great information. I appreciate your time and effort in your work. Keep posting.
8th October 2018

Kyoto Shrines
Hi you two - bringing back memories of my trip there in 1970 ('71?). If you get a chance to go to Nijo Castle, do check out the Nightingale floors; It was very memorable for me and they still work!
2nd November 2017

He is our president
6th October 2017

say hello to Chris and wife
I also feel like I know them pretty well too just from reading your blog. The best part is that I got all the fun of reading about it and none of the sleep loss! Thanks for sharing. :)
4th October 2017

Fado and Vina Verde
Let me know what they serve for dinner. Try the bacalau dish. I beiieve that is the trad portugese meal.
4th October 2017

Looks like you are in Lisboa for a month? Coincidentally my brother Stephen Frisbee, & sister-in-law Sharon Matheson are there now too, but only for 10 days as they are still working, unlike us lucky retirees!
1st June 2017

Pineapple Plant
The first picture in this nice blog is of a pineapple plant.
7th February 2017

Your Travels
What wonderful experiences you've had in San Miguel.....made us want to spend more time there. We've enjoyed your blogs. Safe travels home! Carol and Martin
25th January 2017

Lynn - and Doris!
Love following your travels - Hello to Doris! Always wanted to visit San Miguel de A. Thanks for the photos and history. Best to Bill. Come back to the Vineyard sometime - or Cambridge. We split time between the two.
22nd January 2017

Marching On
Delighted to hear there was a women's March in San Miguel as there were in all the major cities in the U.S. Will be even more delighted if they influence the policies of The Creature whose agenda seems to be all self aggrandizement! Sad to hear about the murdered children. Hope that issue gets resolved. There always seems to be some sort of celebration of historic figures in Mexico. Martin used to joke about getting caught up in the birthday celebration of Benito Juarez's mother. The Grotto and the markets sounded delightful.....
22nd January 2017

Hats
The Gray hat or the pink one? :) G
22nd January 2017

A bad day for the world
Thank you for the timely blog, Lynn. Indeed, it's not a good day for the world. What I once was proud to call as 'civilization', sometimes I wonder if it is true anymore! But we must keep hope, I suppose!
17th January 2017

El Imperfecto
The endings are reasonably easy. Deciding when to use the imperfect and when to use the preterite is much trickier. Suerte! Interesting history of S.M. de A. Thanks! C.
16th January 2017

I remember San Miguel as a fun city with lots going on around the central square. I stayed in hotel right there. Met many expats living there. I would choose to live in Guanuyato however were I to live in Mexico. How long you there for?
16th January 2017

We're here til the end of the month...
15th January 2017

A town of no secrets.....
Almost too jealous to comment! You're in one of our favorite regions of Mexico, We visited San Miguel for a few days in 2003.....many expats living there......and imagine that there must be many changes. However, we spent most of our vacation in nearby Guanajuato. Hope you get to visit that city. What a nice way to spend January! Wish we were there. Carol and Martin
30th September 2016
Old Bison

Bison
Love the wild life.
29th September 2016
The Goat!!

Close up
We always get the back end of these animals also.
From Blog: A Goat Up Close!
27th September 2016

Glacier National Park
Really enjoyed this return-by-proxy to Glacier. Thanks for taking us along and sharing the beauty. Safe trip home! Carol
From Blog: A Goat Up Close!
22nd September 2016
Kootenai Falls

Nice
Love the waterfalls.
22nd September 2016
Former lake bottom..10,000 years ago!

Amazing beauty
A great part of the country.
22nd September 2016
A rainy start up into the Cascades

Cascades
I like this shot

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