Reflections on conservation, butterflies, and ecology in the nation's heartland
posted by Doug Taron @ 08:05
Wow, looks nice. And it doesn't seem like you're roughing it too much yet.
Whoa. How did you tear yourself away?Seriously.
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.
wow!!!! gorgeous view!
i hope you went over and prayed for all your wickedness.
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.
Okay...I'm officially jealous. You should see the picture out my window this morning. Rain, snapped trees and howling winds. Yech!
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.
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.
Yeah, that would do it. :)
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