Here’s yet another look back through the astounding collection at Museo Larco in Lima:
Happy Monday! May you and yours have a fabulous week…
Snuck this one in late. It’s been a super busy time; we’re literally working “half” days, you know, 12 hours a day. The joy of being self employed!
Here’s some more from the incredible collection at Museo Larco:
It’s a glorious day in Northwest Arizona. The temperatures are creeping upwards, but it’s still very nice, and the nights are cool.
Meanwhile in the tropics of the Sacred Valley:
I promised in an earlier post to update the train schedules etc. to Machu Picchu. Well, I’m happy to report that I’ve begun to review the whole trip again as we have friends that want to go, and I should be posting something soon. (Just as soon as I finish my taxes!)
Meanwhile, here’s a taste:
Thursday’s look back continues our delightful journey through Peru’s past via the collection at Museo Larco, in Lima Peru.
At home, it’s the slog through taxes, and our busiest season here at the ranch. The weather is summer like, and the flowers are popping up daily. Our vistas are beautiful, but our noses are swollen from the pollen. Ah-choo!
Our prayers and best wishes go out to our country friends and neighbors in the Midwest who are suffering floods this year.
Too much to do, and too little time to do it. Here’s a shot from Cuzco, in the Sacred Valley. Everyone comes through Cuzco on their way to Machu Picchu.
Have a great week…drink more coffee!
First day of Spring here at the ranch. It was warm yesterday, but today is a bit cooler. The days are getting longer, and the wildflowers are popping everywhere.
We continue our look at the amazing collection of ancient ceramics at Museo Larco:
On this day in 1971, a disastrous avalanche caused the death of hundreds at Yanawayin Lake, northeast of Lima.
The site made world headlines in 1971 when on March 18 a rock avalanche of 100,000 cubic metres (3,500,000 cu ft) fell from an outcrop of jointed limestone about 400 metres (1,300 ft) above the lake. It created a wave of 30 metres (98 ft) that destroyed the Chungar Mining Company (Cia Minera Chungar, S.A.) camp on the shore, destroyed all the mines’ surface facilities, and killed 200–600 miners.
Source: Yanawayin Lake – Wikipedia