Here is a Blog post that you should read first about a recent incident in Chiriquí. Click HERE for the article.
Mind Like A Steel Trap – Rusty And Illegal In 37 States
On Koki’s and my walk this morning I spotted a new development that has appeared out of nowhere. It seemed to be empty at the moment, but will probably get busier as the day goes on. The photo follows: Continue reading New Developments Springing Up In The Neighborhood
With Lilliam away enjoying the new grand baby, I eat out a fair amount. While I am a pretty decent cook, I have a hard time getting past the question of , “Why cook?”
Besides, the sink is full of dishes and I don’t wash them for another day.
Sunday my neighbor and I took a drive up to Concepción to Nuevo Sol de Mar. I have stopped there many times and usually always get fried shrimp. This time the shrimp were more popcorn shrimp sized, but we enjoyed the outing and the lunch. Price $8.00.
Yesterday I was hungry for meat at lunch time and stopped into Mrs, Mendoza’s. There are two or three things I usually order, but yesterday I ordered Steak Mendoza. Continue reading Eat Out Much Do You?
Mental backup in progress – Do Not Disturb!
I thought I would take a drive downtown David Saturday morning and car cam the third and fourth streets, which are the main shopping area of down town.
When I started down fourth street I went a couple of blocks and found it closed off by police. It was obvious something was going on in the park so I detoured and parked in front of Hotel Best Western and walked to Parque Cervantes to find out what was happening.
I found out that there was going to be a Parade for Peace, sponsored by the National Police. It was about 8:30 and several told me it was scheduled to start at 9:00. Now in Chiricano speak, that means it will actually start from 9:30 to 10:30.
Had I known there was going to be something special, I would have had my other camera, but at least I had a camera. It is so nice to always have a camera with me again. I decided to hangout in the park and get some photos. I did notice when I powered on the camera that I didn’t have a full battery, so I was a little concerned it if would hold out for the full time period.
I had time to spend, so I took a couple photos of the park.
I will warn you ahead of time that I took about 75 photos and am posting them all. When you click on “continue reading”, you might want to take a stretch and let the photos load. Continue reading March For Peace Parade in David, Chiriquí
If you ain’t makin’ waves, you ain’t kickin’ hard enough!
The other day I posted that there was a lot of construction going on in David. I was downtown this morning and walking, so I had a chance to take a photo of the construction that was the first photo in that post.
You can see that the construction is a block wide. I took the photo on 4th street and the building at the back of the construction is on 3rd street.