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Tbt: Old Peru

Here’s yet more from the amazing collection at Museo Larco in Lima, Peru. Enjoy!

Tbt: Old Peru

It’s been a busy week. We went from snow to the 70s F, and there are a million deferred chores to do around the ranch. It’s a day of drywall touch-up and painting in the garage (finally.)

We continue our look back at the ancient ceramics of Peru:

Tbt: Old Peru

It’s a rare snow day in Northwest Arizona. We actually have snow on the ground here at 3,000 ft elevation. I’ll stick a few peeks below the fold.

Meanwhile, here’s another look back to the ceramics of ancient Peru:

Ceramic Heads Museo Larco Peru

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Tbt: Old Peru

Happy Valentines day! It’s cold and rainy here, but we’re welcoming the rain and filling everything with wonderful rain water. The plants really do seem to do better with it.

Here’s a look back:

La Laguna, Barranco (Photo : Cardcow)

Tbt: Old Peru

It’s cold in NW Arizona, today only reaching upper 40’s F.

It’s summer in Peru, here’s a beach scene from Chorillos:

The beach at Chorrillos (Today, the beach is considerably smaller.

 

Tbt: Old Peru

It’s been warming up here in Northwest Arizona, and even the Joshua trees are starting to bloom (see below.)

Meanwhile, a postcard from 1906;

Interior of the Cathedral in Lima, Peru

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Tbt: Old Peru

Quick week. Here’s a look back, enjoy!

More Ancient Ceramics Peru

Tbt: Old Peru

Posted late as Thursday was a return travel day. Ah, the joys of jetlag…

As always, thanks to our friends at Cardcow:

Barranco, Peru

Tbt: Old Peru

Last few days in Peru. My the time does fly when every day there are a hundred little things to be seen to. It will be good to get back home to Arizona though.

Here’s a look back at the National Money House (Office of the Currency:)