#30 Organic Produce Produces Kindness

This spring two members of the San Carlos community began what became a movement of sorts in this tiny town.  As businesses were forced to close the greatest threat to the community was not the virus but the fact that 90% of the hard-working people in this area make a living doing just that, working …

#29 Mexico Sin (Without) Cerveza

Updates on the coronavirus flood the world news every single day.  We are briefed on rising case numbers, the potential new symptoms, work of diligent scientists on  possible vaccines or treatments, current recommendations from the CDC and specific guidelines for slowly, safely reopening countries, states and individual cities.  These are often followed by a wonderful, …

#27 I Wasn’t Planning on Roommates

It was not a mistake.  We intentionally moved to a desert.  Granted, the Sonoran Desert flows right into a beautiful seashore which is an unequivocal bonus to the location of said desert.  These photos are from a variety of places where the desert does indeed meet the sea in the San Carlos area. They are …

#25 Mexico…Quirky Things

After living in Mexico for nearly nine months I’ve noticed some quirky things about this beautiful country.  In all honesty these observations are probably not true about the entire country much in the same way that not every American uses the southern words “fixin’” and “y’aIl”, not every apartment in New York has a Sex …

#23 For the Record, I’ve Never Owned a Cat

Disclaimer:  There are minimal photos for this entry.  The reason will soon become crystal clear. Cute yet questionable species. Pets?  Dogs, absolutely.  Rabbits, sure. Fish, certainly.  Chinese hooded rats, why not? Chameleons, of course.  Guinea pigs, by all means. But cats, never. I think felines are fairly cute from afar.   But honestly, there’s just …