Party like a Guatemalan

I’ve decided that when you party like a Guatemalan, rum is involved. How much rum depends on your ability to...

Chicken Bus!

Well, though it was possible that some chickens could have shown up, I’m not sure that there would have been...

Guate! Guate! and other morning music

Each and every morning I got up and walked the streets of Antigua. Antigua is not a large city by...

It’s tough life, but someone has to live it!

Well, folks, I’m back. I just spent the last 3 weeks in Antigua, Guatemala. But, Paul! Didn’t you just go...

Paul and the Pilfered Piedra

In Spanish, piedra means rock, or stone. When I was in Ohio, back in March, I was walking along The...

Speed walking along the trails

iOS 11 has a new feature, well, new to us iPhone users. You can set the phone up to sense...

Unlike the dogs of Guatemala, in this post, I met some rather friendly fellows in Central Park in NY this past week. They were quite happy to have their pictures taken beside, what I assume is, their hero, Balto. 🙂…

It’s still a bit warm and humid in the Carolinas, but the mornings are now in the mid to low 60s, of which I am very appreciative! This is another shot from my day in Charleston. I was very tempted…

Yesterday, September 2, 2016, was a hot, oppressively humid day in Charleston, SC. My friend, Robert, was visiting from Ohio. I’d driven down to Charleston to show him the city. When we arrived, we started by looking out over the…

The other day, during my morning walk, I heard a familiar sound that I hadn’t heard for a few months. A diesel engine … that of a school bus! The drivers were out practicing their routes, getting timings, or becoming…

In reality, solar eclipses are not all that rare – for a particular area they are. The next one for North America will be in 2024, but they happen around the world frequently. If you want to know, here ya…