I drove past this between Salida and Cotopaxi on State Highway 50 in Colorado. I had to turn around and tell whoever that I stood with them totally assuming I was correct. I was and got the biggest hug of appreciation for doing so.

From my understanding, there are close to 3000 children being held around this country after being seized from their parents at the border.

Many will never see their Mom and Dad again because Republicans are totally evil.

You bastards!


A Bit Of Life In El Nagalito

Yesterday got on the bus and went south a few miles and bought some fresh caught fish. Not quite sure what they are as Spanish is not good. What I can say is three fish cost 30 pesos or about $2.10 and it was a treat having a couple so far.

It just beautiful here and the greenery is dense and hill/mountains go straight up. You would not believe how nice the locals are. That's a treat too. 


  1. Oh, my gosh, it looks/sounds like fun! Love your colorful header image ... little streets are so enticing. And fresh fish! Almost nothing better.

  2. Love your header! It's nasty here...horrendous winds, snow flurries, terribly cold. I'm glad the corn is not harvested or all the leaves would be in the yard. I'm also glad the corn is still standing and not knocked over.


  3. Hi Teresa. It's real interesting and strikingly pretty. Not sure how long I will be here but can for pretty sure I will be back. I think I want to drive next time. Tuesday will be checking out Mismaloya. It 's before you get to Boca.

    Spring will be here before you know it girls. That goes for me too.

  4. Your header is intriguing -- full of color along with a festive look. I feel your trip is a success so far -- taking in all that sun and lively color must be a real treat -- barbara

    1. It seems to be just that Barbara. Coming into a comfort zone. It's pretty easy all in all. It's certainly a treat when I know what the weather is like back north. But to be clear it's more about life overall than weather anywhere. Wish I could post more pictures. Thanks!