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Tbt: Old Peru

It’s a busy week, family here today plus the normal madness. Our indoor tomato plants are growing towards the ceiling! If I can, I’ll post a picture later. Here’s a look back to the little Plaza of the Inquisition:    

Machu Picchu Monday

Monday, today is the official celebration of Veteran’s Day which was yesterday November 11th. On the 11th day of the 11th month, at the 11th hour, the “War to End All Wars” ended. We should never forget those both civilian and military who sacrificed so much only to see the world plunged into war a […]

Tbt: Old Peru

Thursday, and a beautiful week it’s been in northwest Arizona. Lots of sun, and pleasant temperatures. We’re loving it… Here’s a look back. Many of Lima’s finest colonial homes have disappeared, replaced by sterile apartment buildings. A few of the old gems still remain. Many are now embassies & commercial offices. (via Cardcow)

Machu Picchu Monday

It was a splendid Monday, lots of things done, and the weather was perfect. It’s a busy time, as coffee roasters everywhere gear up for the all important holiday season. Btw, coffee makes a great gift. We’ll be sending out some pre-Thanksgiving specials tomorrow. Check your email! Here’s your Machu Picchu moment:

Tbt: Old Peru

It’s Thursday, my how the week goes by when you stay busy. I guess it’s better to be productive than idle though. Have a great weekend… Here’s a classic postcard of small ships in the harbor at Callao. Today, Callao is a large modern port that has contributed to Peru’s economic growth. (Via Cardcow)

Tbt: Old Peru

Hope you’ve had a good week. We shot up to Las Vegas today to deliver coffee, and have lunch with my parents. It was fun, and we had surprisingly good luck with the traffic. Rather than take the new I-11 bypass, we go through Boulder City the “old way.” Now with less traffic, it’s much […]

Tbt: Old Peru

Here’s a look back at the “Avenida del Tajamar,” with an inset of the Stone Bridge.