Gossamer Tapestry

Reflections on conservation, butterflies, and ecology in the nation's heartland

Monday, November 12, 2007

Guyaquil Cathedral

This was the view from my hotel window this morning.

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At 10:20, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, looks nice. And it doesn't seem like you're roughing it too much yet.

At 12:00, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whoa. How did you tear yourself away?


At 12:18, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gorgeous shot. Every time I see one of these fantastic Roman Cathedrals in South America, though, I can't help recalling the enslavement, torture, pain, the indigenous folk went through at the Catholic's hands to build them. Ouch. But BEAUTY it is, and I hope you have a fabulous trip.

At 13:25, Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow!!!! gorgeous view!

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At 22:07, Blogger Ur-spo said...

i hope you went over and prayed for all your wickedness.

At 09:26, Blogger FAH-Q said...

Hey, check out the entry with the regal from 26 OCT 2007. Us Ft. Indiantown Gap folks were just giving a thanks and a comment.

At 18:50, Blogger rodger said...

Okay...I'm officially jealous. You should see the picture out my window this morning. Rain, snapped trees and howling winds. Yech!

At 09:57, Blogger robin andrea said...

It's now Thursday, Nov. 15, I'm assuming you are up in the mountains by now in Quito. I hope things are going well.

At 14:35, Blogger Doug Taron said...

rcw- This trip wasn't about roughting it. It was work. Sunup to sunset and beyond. No fun at all, nosiree.

Heather- Easy. I knew that going to the tropical cloud forest required me to tear myself away.

Mark- Thanks. We were talking about that among ourseleves reguarding the Church. Also, see my next post.

jyoti and Lem Thanks.

Urspo- My wickedness is beyond prayer.

MarkS - Thanks. I look forward to some great collaboration.

Rodger- Acually, it sounds kinda exciting.

Robin - Thanks. By Thursday I was indeed in Quiot. It's been great.

At 16:46, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, that would do it.


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