Posted by: pennyinparadise | December 5, 2016

Ecuador Vacation

Jim and I decided to go to Cuenca, Ecuador on vacation this year…..a beautiful city where I lived in 2008-09.  To see photos of my condo in Cuenca CLICK HERE.

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View from the other window

View from the other window

We were able to catch up with a few friends there, and tour this amazing city and some of the outlying towns.

The Mansion Alcazar is a beautiful hotel and restaurant in Cuenca that was previously the home of a President of Ecuador.

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The architecture of Cuenca is one of the most delightful things about the city.   Here are a few of the buildings that give you an idea of how it looks.

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One of the best examples of Spanish Colonial architecture comes in the form of the beautiful cathedrals of Cuenca…there are 22 of them.   Continual rotation of restoration goes on year around.  It takes about 5 years for them to make the entire rotation of all 22, and then it’s time to start over again…interiors and exteriors are kept in pristine condition.   The very oldest cathedral was built in 1521 and is on Parque Calderon.  Across the square is the largest one (with the famous blue domes), which was visited by Pope John and is the most opulent of all the cathedrals.

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I was able to catch up with a few friends who are still there, 7 years after I left.

L to R: Me, Jim, Mary Ann, Greg and Cameron at the beautiful old Hotel Victoria

L to R: Me, Jim, Mary Ann, Greg and Cameron at the beautiful old Hotel Victoria

There are fabulous carved wood doors and beautiful floors are in buildings all over the city….fun just to stroll around and look at them all.  Here are a few.

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Parque Calderon is the main square and it is clean and beautiful.

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Cafes and restaurants serve really, really good food in a charming atmosphere.

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Christmas is a BIG time in Cuenca….here are some photos of the Christmas Parade taken when I lived there.

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We left Cuenca for the short ride to the smaller outlying towns of Chordeleg, Gualaceo and Utzuput and some photos of the amazing mosiac tile walls and plazas.

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We even had a day at a spa with hot mineral springs just outside of Cuenca in a little town called Baños, which means “bathrooms” in Spanish.  We had massages, lounged by the pool, had lunch and enjoyed the hot springs.

Hot springs spa in Baños

Hot springs spa in Baños

Now we are back home and ready for the holidays.  Stay tuned…

Posted by: pennyinparadise | October 20, 2016

In Memory….

This has been a rough few months.   My mother’s physical and mental health began to decline a year ago, and after moving her to Orlando to be near my son Paul (last February), she fell and ended up in the hospital for 2 weeks with the implant of a pacemaker.  The next few months only saw her decline further into her dementia and it’s effects.    She began to resist eating, bathing, walking and generally fell into a deep, deep depression at the age of 90.   In July she came down with a very bad chest congestion, which rapidly turned into pneumonia because of her resistance to physical activity.   Her wonderful caregiver, Simone DeSouto, took very good care of her, and informed me on July 6 that mother was refusing to go to the doctor.   My usually effective threat that I would call 911 if she didn’t go to the doctor was met with a surprise response of “yes, take me to the hospital”.   In the great care of the Florida Hospital Altamonte, she continued to fail and I was called to come up to Orlando.    I arrived at 2 pm on July 10….she acknowledged that I was there with her, and then fell into a coma.  At 8:30 pm she quietly passed on.

As she requested, we had her cremated and her ashes placed next to her beloved Leon at the Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, Florida.   It seems impossible she failed so fast, but I am at peace with her being in a much better place.

 

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Mother now rests with her beloved Leon

Mom in December 2013

Mom in December 2013

Just 3 months later, we lost our little poodle Tessa to the toxins of a Cane Toad.   We were in Ecuador on vacation, ready to come back the next morning, when our house/pet sitter called to say that she was foaming at the mouth and in convulsions.   Despite the best efforts of the vet, she died the next morning, just hours before our return.   Our Boston Terrier, Becky, is very very depressed.   Tessa was the light in our house…always wagging her tail and cuddling up to us.   We are all so sad.   Here are a couple of photos of Tessa as we remember her.  She now rests under the big mango tree in the back yard….in a spot marked with a stone made by our friend Bodo Winkler   Now we accompany Becky out for her night potty to make sure the same thing does not happen to her.   Our gardener and Jim have killed several of these horrid creatures of them last night….beware of the Cane Toad.

It seems like my heart is broken time and again this year.   But thankful for the blessings I have…..Jim, my son Paul, my cousin Joy and her precious little grandson Connor left as family, but it’s getting smaller every day.

Precious Little Tessa

Precious Little Tessa

Tess and Jim

Tess and Jim

Tessa's little tombstone

Tessa’s little tombstone

Posted by: pennyinparadise | June 14, 2016

Time Marches On!!

It’s amazing how fast 2016 is going by….here we are at the mid-point of the year.   Lots is happening down here in Panama….

PANAMA HAPPENINGS:

COPA Airlines continues to expand, as Central and South America’s biggest carrier and Panama City is their “Hub Of The Americas”.   Here’s the new expansion project going on at Tocumen International Airport, the largest and most modern in all of Central and South America.

New terminal at Tocumen

New terminal at Tocumen

The expansion of the Panama Canal, has been in construction for the last 10 years (exactly the same amount of time it took for the US to build the original canal in 1904-1914.  One hundred years later, the wider canal (which recycles a great deal of the water that is just flushed out to sea with every transit….millions of gallons for each ship) will transit the first PostPanaMax freighter on June 26, 2016.   The new Canal has unleashed a huge building boom at ports along the Gulf and US East Coast, to expand their port facilities to handle the PanaMax size freighters.

The new locks are situated near the original ones

The new locks are situated near the original ones

Giant rolling gates open the locks to level the water under the ships

Giant rolling gates open the locks to level the water under the ships

Recycle bays next to new Canal lane

Recycle bays recycle some of the 56 million gallons that dump into the oceans for each ship that transits.  That water comes down into Lake Gatun from the mountains where we live.

Panama City is becoming more beautiful every day….check out photos posted by Tom Brymer of Panama Advisory International.

Panama City Skyline

Panama City Skyline

Skyline at Night

Panama City at Night

Another Perspective of Panama City Skyline

Another Perspective of Panama City Skyline

GOLF IN CHIRIQUI:

We have a fantastic golf course development in Boquete, called Lucero.   They have built these tree houses overlooking the jungle, with views of the Pacific, which can be rented by the night.

Friend Kate and I play at Lucero

Friend Kate and I play at Lucero

Treehouses at Lucero, perched above the third tee

Treehouses at Lucero, perched above the third tee

The 14th Hole at Lucero

The 14th Hole at Lucero

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jim won the Valle Escondido Club Championship AGAIN….he’s the only person to have won 2 consecutive years in a row.  He awarded a bottle of Panamonte Rum to another player.

Jim with his foursome in the Club Championship

Jim with his foursome in the Club Championship

Another player won a bottle of Panamonte Reserva Preciosa Rum

Another player won a bottle of Panamonte Reserva Preciosa Rum

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last time I showed you the BIG DIG in the back yard….now he’s installing a big drainage system of steel and concrete to ward off the rainy season erosion, and has laid hundreds of square meters of sod, with much more to go.

Upper tee box

Upper tee box

Cement, Steel & Manpower

Cement, Steel & Manpower

Sod by the hundreds of square meters

Sod by the hundreds of square meters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drainage project

Drainage project

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We decided to have a huge party one day with Jim conducting a Shoot Out….prize?  You guessed it….a bottle of Panama Red Rum.  Everyone wants it to become an annual event.

Jim scoring the Shoot Out

Jim scoring the Shoot Out

Looking up at the house from the tee box

Looking up at the house from the tee box

The Gallery

The Gallery

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Tee to Green

Tee to Green

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISLAND FUN:

We recently visited the Pacific Coast with some friends, and stayed at the Bocas del Mar resort.   One day we hired a boat to take us to some of the island beaches off the coast, in the national marine park in the Gulf of Chiriqui.

Smiling Faces..Going Places

Smiling Faces..Going Places

View from our room at Bocas del Mar

View from our room at Bocas del Mar

Clear and beautiful water to swim in

Clear and beautiful water to swim in

 

Jimmy & Penny enjoy life in Panam

Jimmy & Penny enjoy life in Panama

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE LAST MOVE FOR MOM:

Mom had her 90th birthday in November, and she moved to be nearer my son Paul, who married last year and moved to Orlando.  Unfortunately, she suffered some black out spells which resulted in falls, and a 2 week stay in the hospital, where they implanted a PaceMaker.   Since then, her mental and physical states have declined significantly, and she now has 7 days a week visits from a caregiver.   This is difficult for us both, since I am down here.   So…I decided to buy a townhouse in Valle Escondido for her to live in.  It has an apartment downstairs, which will house a live-in caregiver.  It is just 20 minutes from our house, and my cousin Joy lives right next door.  We’ll be doing some renovations, adding a kitchen downstairs, and painting everything to make it light and bright for mom.  I’ve started buying furniture and stuff, and I’ll fly to the US in late July to bring her back down here to live.   Just the thought of it has really made mom perk up, and improved her outlook.   After all, I’m her only kid and she needs to be near me in her last days.  Here are some photos of the townhouse now….renovations to come.

View from the upstairs terrace

View from the upstairs terrace

Looking down from the upstairs loft

Looking down from the upstairs loft

Downstairs living room

Downstairs living room

Master Bedroom

Master Bedroom

Upstairs loft

Upstairs loft

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And, of course, her life will be enhanced by frequent visits from our Girls….Tessa & Becky.

Tessa & Becky are our GIRLS

Tessa & Becky are our GIRLS

So…stay tuned for more updates on this big change in both our lives….both mom’s and mine.   I can only hope it improves her life living here near us and the girls.

 

Posted by: pennyinparadise | March 25, 2016

WHAT? It’s 2016???

Where have I been for the last 20 years?  People are talking about the 80’s and 90’s like they were 20 or 30 years ago!!  What?  They ARE 20 and 30 years ago??  Where have I been.   Just having my 73rd birthday in January, and Jim’s same number in March, we’re wondering where is time going?   It’s flying away at a rapid pace.

First of all, my mom needs to move closer to my son, who married and moved to Orlando last year.   Change for mom is not easy…although she has mostly good days, there are lots of spaces being created by her oncoming dementia.  Upshot is we moved her, she’s spent weeks in the hospital after a fall, she now has a pacemaker and 7 day a week caregiver visits, but is still living independently.   Prayers gratefully accepted….Son and family are so appreciated!!!  Those who remember her better days are fortunate.

But, time goes on and here’s how 2016 started for us..

Two 73 year old farts!!!

                          Two 73 year old farts!!!

Birthdays…73 x 2 = 146 years we’ve been on the planet, collectively.  You’d think we would have learned everything we need to know by now, but here we are….learning something new every day.

Las Lajas Beach Resort, Panama on Jim’s birthday

There’s been lots of dirt flying around these days!  Both on our property and in our area, in general.

First of all, the government is in a 5 year project to 4 lane the highway between David and Santiago (about 1/2 across the country).  The fun thing is that 5 companies (none of them Panamanian or American) share portions of the project.  There is one company that is finished, lines painted, packed up and gone home to Brazil.  Another company still hasn’t laid the first meter of asphault.   So it’s a patchwork.

Other dirt is flying around our property with the seemingly never ending development of Jim’s little golf course.  He brought in a big yellow thingie home for 2 days to move dirt around, extending the pond excavation to including leveling an upper tee box for a good shot to the green and sand traps. (SEE OUR BURN PILE??)

This guy scoops from the back and lifts from the front

This guy scoops from the back and lifts from the front

First he had to get down to the exact location

First he had to get down to the exact location

So here are some shots of what happening in about 12 hours….wish I had timelapse!

Breaking ground

Breaking ground

Defining pond edge

Defining pond edge

Now..we move beyond the pond to the tee box

Now..we move beyond the pond to the tee box

Upper tee box

Upper tee box

From above the green

From above the green…burn pile was moved away from casita before torching it.

The end result

The end result

The third thing that’s got dirt flying around here is the new $80,000,000 shopping mall that the KING of Panamanian malls, including the huge Albrook Mall near the bus terminal and domestic airport, is building one here in Chiriqui on the north side of David (that would be the side closest to US!!!   Yeah!).   He’s also building a new bus terminal for David there, which is desperately needed.   The big stores in Panama City are “in” on the project, bringing us the “most US type” shopping Panama has to offer.  This includes a RebaSmith grocery, which has been marching it’s way west on the isthmus for the last couple of years with new stores in Coronado, Chitre, and Santiago.  Their David store will be the biggest and best and we are all soooo excited!  More US name brand foods at our fingertips.

So….this shopping center is consuming a BIG piece of land.   There was an enormous rock (like a small mountain) sitting in the center…they took a long time getting rid of it….where the trucks are parked…all the dark earth and rocks are part of what’s left of that rock.  I just drove in and snatched this quick photo with my phone before the guard came running over, waving his hands and shouting….I apologized and left.  I wonder how often I can get away with that….I’ll try to keep a photo-diary of the project.

I'm calling this one the BIG DIG

I’m calling this one the BIG DIG…I couldn’t get even half of the project in one shot.  Next time I’ll try video.

I always have to give you a peek at Connor Casin (my grand nephew…our family’s only baby!!) whenever I get a photo update from out in northern California.  He was the most astonishingly cute new baby (not usually the case, except to the parents/grandparents) I had ever seen.  And his sweetness surpasses his cuteness.  Jim and I visited with him just after his 1st birthday, during our trip to northern California last October.

Connor Update...he's getting cuter by the day. 18 months..hiking with dad!

Connor Update…he’s getting cuter by the day. 18 months..hiking with dad!

Posted by: pennyinparadise | January 22, 2016

Vacation Adventure #4- Big Sur & San Simeon

BIG SUR:  The last leg of our northern California vacation took us down the Pacific Coast Hiway from Pebble Beach to Big Sur.  The area was made famous in movies such as Taylor/Burton’s The Sandpiper.  Home of many famous writers, musicians, poets, dancers and actors like Kim Novak, Nepenthe’s Restaurant overlooks the Pacific in an amazing spot.

We stayed at a little log cabin on the Big Sur River called….wait for it!….RippleWood!  What a hoot.   We toured the Pfeiffer State Park where redwoods loomed and enjoyed exploring the rugged coastline.

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CAMBRIA:  Finally, further south to the charming town of Cambria, just south of San Simeon where Hearst Castle sits high above the Pacific.  On the way, we stopped at the overlook where the huge elephant seals stop for a rest on their annual trek from Mexico to Alaska.   These giant mammals grow up to 3,000 pounds in the males and 1,500 pounds in the females.   The males have big snouts that make a honking sound during their mating process.  They turn over on their backs to absorb the sun’s energy on their lighter bottom side.

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We stayed in the charming, historic town of Cambria, just south of the famous Hearst Castle in San Simeon.   Food was outrageous good….we loved it here.

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MORRO BAY: Morro Bay is a charming little town south of Cambria which is known for the giant rock that sits just off shore.  After golf we ate at a seaside restaurant and then went to the movie Bridge of Spies at a little 50’s theater that had been totally renovated.   Felt like we were back in the 50’s.

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SAN SIMEON & HEARST CASTLE:  The BEST thing about this part of our vacation was the visit to Hearst Castle at San Simeon.     The story of how William Randolph Hearst built this amazing structure over a period of 28 years (ran out of money several times) made this stop on our vacation Jim’s favorite…what fun.

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This vacation was truly a lifetime experience…our first in our 3 year relationship, and it was well worth it.   Next…..Cuba, Colombia and Mexico.

Posted by: pennyinparadise | January 22, 2016

Vacation Adventure #3 – Monterey/Carmel/Pebble Beach

Now for the really good stuff!   Turned out that our little apartment in Carmel was in the middle of Pebble Beach, just off 17 Mile Drive.   Jim played at Poppy Hills and we had dinner at Pebble Beach Lodge.  Our reservation was for dinner on the terrace, but when we got there it seems Tiger Woods was having his Foundation Invitational and they took the best seats!   Photo of Tiger…NO, NO!  Not permitted.  It was fun anyway.

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MONTEREY/CARMEL:  I lived here for a couple of years in the early 60’s (there’s one photo of me at the time, in the same spot we took photos on this trip…notice any difference?).  We visited the Casa Munras Hotel where I worked as Secretary to the General Manager, and the Monterey Peninsula Vistor’s and Convention Bureau.

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The homes in Carmel are so quaint…we spent a whole morning driving through the streets and snapping great architecture.

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PEBBLE BEACH:  We had a great little apartment in Pebble Beach, right off 17 Mile Drive and 3 blocks from Pebble Beach Golf Club.  You can imagine Jim’s delight.  Surrounded by Pebble Beach, Spanish Bay, Poppy Hills, Spyglass and the famous and extremely private Cypress golf courses.  We had dinner at Pebble Beach Lodge one night and caught a glimpse of Tiger Woods, who was holding his Foundation Invitational there.   We had lunch at the amazing Spanish Bay Lodge (which we preferred to the one at Pebble Beach).  It was an amazing part of our trip.

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We sadly bid Pebble Beach and the Monterey Peninsula good bye, but excitedly headed south to Big Sur!  See Vacation Adventures #4.

Posted by: pennyinparadise | January 22, 2016

Vacation Adventure #2 – Napa Valley

NAPA VALLEY:  After leaving Marin County, we traveled north to Napa Valley.   This amazing area is full of vineyards and one winery after another.   We stayed in a great resort with delicious food and ponds with swans and mallard ducks.   Every day we ventured forth to visit wineries and the only problem we had was figuring out how to get back to Panama with all the wine we couldn’t resist buying.   Jim had never been to Napa before and we was gobsmacked by the place.  Interesting fact is that, despite the miles and miles of vines, Napa only grows 4% of the total wine output of the state of California.  It’s just the best marketed of all the areas.

Here is our photo gallery…just mouse-over the picture and the slides will progress automatically.   There will be 2 more chapters to our vacation adventures, after this one.

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Posted by: pennyinparadise | January 22, 2016

Vacation Adventure #1 – San Francisco and Marin County

SAN FRANCISCO & SAUSALITO:  After 2 years of total focus on getting our new house completed and furnished and working on Jim’s Panama Red Rum business, we finally found time for a “real” vacation (not just to Florida for family).  We decided to center our vacation around a visit to my cousin Joy’s new grandson, Connor Cassin.  He just turned 1 and he is sooo cute!   They live in San Anselmo (Marin County), California and since I have lived in both San Francisco city and Monterey/Carmel, I wanted Jim to enjoy the beauty and bounty of the Northern California circuit.   There are so many photos that we are dividing this trip into 4 different sections, starting out with Vacation Adventure #1 of San Francisco City and Marin County.  Enjoy! (Photos are organized into GALLERIES which rotate automatically.  Read the captions at the bottom of each photo for descriptives.)

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We then rented a car and drove over the GGB into Marin County, where we stayed in Sausalito, overlooking the Bay, at the  magnificent Casa Madrona, which has a very interesting history.  We were treated to a Classic Car Show right across the street, where both Jim and I visited cars from our past.   One day we visited the incredible giant redwoods of Muir Woods.

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Next we traveled the short distance north to spend the afternoon with my new Grand Nephew, Connor Cassin, who just celebrated his 1st birthday.  His mom Tracy is my cousin Joy’s only child and her husband Mike is a GREAT guy!   They are both nurses in San Francisco, and visiting with them and Mike’s folks was a delight.

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OK…that’s all the photo galleries this post will hold.   Move on to Vacation Adventures #2.

Posted by: pennyinparadise | November 26, 2015

2015 Rolls Along

It’s been a busy year here in Boquete.   The house is complete and now the work is going on in the gardens.   Jim has had stone walls built out front, he has created a tee box to hit golfballs from, I’ve planted rose gardens with 80 rose bushes that give us constant flowers in the house.

Look for Jim way at the bottom of these huge Century plants that are in bloom.

Look for Jim standing way at the bottom of these huge Century plants that are in bloom in our yard.

Roses from my garden

Roses from my garden are always in bloom

Jim sings his now-famous MAGIC MAN at a the 10th anniversary of the Boquete Community Theater.

Jim sings his now-famous MAGIC MAN at a the 10th anniversary of the Boquete Community Players Theater

The celebration included a dinner dance...we look pretty good for 2 old codgers in their 70's! We danced the night away.

The celebration included a dinner dance…we look pretty good for 2 old codgers in their 70’s! We danced the night away.

Jim's granddaughter Lizzy (4th from right) with her dance troupe...she tells me she's going to be Rocket one day...I believe her!

Jim’s granddaughter Lizzy (4th from right) with her dance troupe…she tells me she’s going to be Rockette one day…I believe her!

Even after 10 years, I still love seeing the horses and cows on the roads in town.

Even after 10 years, I still love seeing the horses and cows on the roads in town.

Our Thursday ladies golf group is growing

Our Thursday ladies golf group is growing..that’s me 3rd from the left

Two more different dogs you cannot find. Becky & Tessa are great friends and playing partners.

Two more different dogs you cannot find. Becky & Tessa are great friends and playing partners.

Stay tuned for photos of our fabulous Northern California vacation!

 

 

Posted by: pennyinparadise | April 26, 2015

What Do You Do There?

People back in the US always ask “What do you do there with all your time”.   Well, by reading this blog you know we do so much we are happy when we just have a day with nothing to do!   Here are some bits and pieces….

First of all, Jim is now the man-slave to a little poodle rescue named Tessa.   Unlike Becky (my Boston Terrier) who will tolerate a hug occasionally, but none of that CUDDLE stuff!!!   Tessa is a real cuddle bunny and she now has Jim wrapped around her little paw.

Miss Contessa (Tessa for short) and her slave man

Miss Contessa (Tessa for short) and her slave man

But don’t let her size fool you….she’s half Becky’s weight, but they play together vigorously and she actually pulls Becky across the floor when they play tug-of-war!

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We have lots of house guests and Jim’s son, Chip just visited us from Destin, Florida…he spent 10 days and will return soon with his wife and 2 girls.   He loved it!

Chip & Jim make room for Becky & Tessa

Chip & Jim make room for Becky & Tessa

Boquete is in the mountains (we live at 4,200 ft above sea level) exactly halfway between the Pacific and the Caribbean.   It’s a beautiful drive over to Bocas del Toro (on the Caribbean), so we recently spent a weekend over there.

Bocas Breeze!

Jimmy enjoys the Bocas Breeze!

Our big charity organization Bid4Boquete holds an annual wine tasting & live auction.

Our big charity organisation Bid4Boquete has a wine tasting and live auction.   I bought us a week in Bonaire and Jim bought us a weekend in Boca Chica!

I bought us a week in Bonaire and Jim bought us a weekend in Boca Chica!

I’ve got some great “girlfriend groups”…we hang out, play Train or Mahjongg….and we love going to this little resort in Las Lajas!

Girls at the beach...playing Train

Girls at the beach…playing Train

Or sometimes we just hang around, eat, drink and kiss famous guys…like The Beatles!

Linda/John, Judy/George, Penny/Paul and Nairn/Ringo

Linda/John, Judy/George, Penny/Paul and Nairn/Ringo

And then, of course, there’s the play Jim just starred in, which I did the marketing for.  (See the separate post about this)  Jim is now on the Board of Directors for the community theatre, and I’ve agreed to help market a new funding program.

Jim at center stage during his performance in Postcards From Paradise!

Jim at center stage during his performance in Postcards From Paradise!

And, of course, every single day…..we sit on our terrace and look out at the sunset….and here’s the view!

If you come visit, this will be the view from your bedroom too!

If you come visit, this will be the view from your bedroom too!

So, don’t worry about us….we’re making good use of our time!

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