Good Monday morning! Here’s sending prayers, good thoughts, and best wishes to all our friends in Florida.
Happy Thursday, and have a nice weekend too!
Embroidered Viva Peru from 1917 (via Cardcow)
Happy Labor Day one and all. As one who labors often, it is nice to have a quiet day. Enjoy!
Happy Labor day weekend to all! Here’s some reading tidbits. Enjoy, and be safe out there!
Make Cold Brew at Home
Coffee & Chocolate Exhibition 12/3-12/6/17 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
If you’re over 45, drinking coffee reduces mortality (self starting video)
Micro Coffee Festival Brazil September 27-28 Franca, Brazil
California Initiative would legalize psychedelic mushrooms (In Amsterdam, it already is, and has been for years.)
Coffee Fest Portland, OR October 13-15
Peru’s Coffee production showing increase through 2017
Another look back. This is a picture that includes the comet of 1901. For more about the great comet of 1901, see here.
The Exposition Palace:
And it’s not even Monday.
It’s been a crazy week since we returned from Wyoming & the lovely Shoshone National Forest to see the Great Solar Eclipse 2017. We’re trying to keep up with a variety of work related projects, family issues, and just the normal day to day stuff. Watching the news seems mesmerizing as we watch the destruction and displacement of Hurricane Harvey in Texas. Daily temperatures have been climbing to 105F, and our brains have turned to mush, hence the tardy post.
We’d like to share our recent adventure here…
Before The Eclipse
We made our way to Wyoming with a side detour to Bryce Canyon National Park. It had been a while, so we had forgotten the grand beauty of the area.
After a night there, we meandered to Green River, Wyoming for a rest before “heading into the wild.” Read more
Thursday already? Sheez, I have too much to do…enjoy & have an amazing weekend.
Here’s an old shot of the Plaza de Armas in Lima. It’s a historic and delightful place.
Here’s another Thursday look back. We’re off to Wyoming, and the total solar eclipse. Have a good weekend!
Monday again, here we go! Enjoy…
Peru has some of the highest train routes in the world that traverse the mighty Andes. Here’s a look back: