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Postcard-The Empty Sound of Red Rocks

Postcard-The Empty Sound of Red Rocks

On a trip from Denver to Keystone, Colorado, a beer crawl actually, we made a stop at the famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Closed for a concert, we still had (special) access to see the theater but could not run down the steps or listen to any of the acoustics. I guess I’ll just need to […]

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Postcard-Blue Sky Religion in Copala

Postcard-Blue Sky Religion in Copala

In the state of Sinaloa, Mexico a small mining town nestled in the mountains still holds its colonial charm. Copala, a short day trip from Mazatlan, offers visitors a wonderful chance to explore and take in history. And part of that history remains a visit to the impressive catholic church on the main square. Even […]

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Quinceañera-A Mexican Sweet 15

Quinceañera-A Mexican Sweet 15

For Mexican girls, it’s all about 15 and their quinceañera. It is not a sweet 16, but rather a sweet 15 (quinceañera translates to being 15 years old). And on my walk through the streets of Veracruz, I noticed one young girl preparing for her party by getting some photos taken. It is something you […]

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The Saturday Farmers Market at Noordermarkt

The Saturday Farmers Market at Noordermarkt

One of the joys of city life is the weekend Farmers Market. Ironic perhaps, but all major cities seem to have wonderful markets filled with produce from the country, from the farmlands.  Amsterdam is no exception and the Boerenmarkt op de Noordermarkt (Farmers Market in Noordermarkt) is one of these exceptional markets. An Organic Farmers […]

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