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Making our first U-turn

November 30th 2014
We spent a small part of our Thanksgiving afternoon strolling on Playa San Francisco watching a large group of dolphins frolicking in the waves about 30 yards off the beach. A formation of pelicans soared effortlessly just inches above the light surf. Tiny pastel pink conch shells littered the nearly deserted beach. The temperature was perfect and hardly a cloud shown in the sky. The sun would set ... read more
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Mexican Flag The site of advanced Amerindian civilizations, Mexico came under Spanish rule for three centuries before achieving independence early in the 19th century. A devaluation of the peso in late 1994 threw Mexico into economic turmoil, triggering the worst... ... read more
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1st December 2014

The Desert Life
There is something about deserts that excite Denise's and my souls. It's the colours, the empty spaces, the lonely locales...and there are the lives within it...always poignant. This pic Nanci captures the mood magnificently.
2nd December 2014

I agree
We've always been jungle and coastline fans ourselves, but the last few months of desert or semi-desert may have made converts of us. A unique brand of people live there and it's really been interesting to meet them. Thanks for reading, Dave!

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