Posts Tagged With: Panama
Funny things happen when you have been traveling for a month. The smallest reminders of home become sources of great joy. The other night, we stopped in Colon after passing through the Panama Canal (again). This was our third time through the Canal. The entire crew was really looking forward to getting off the ship &hellip Continue reading
One of the strangest ports we have been to yet. Colon has a brightly colored square of building with many tourist shops selling sun dresses, native folk art and other small items. We poked our head in each shop just to see what was there. We really didn’t need anything that they were offering, so &hellip Continue reading
Man, if I were Van Halen, I’d have been in heaven… Since Jake want’s to be Eddie, I know he was already there… Can’t you hear the guitar licks now?
Being from Michigan and having spent quite a bit of time in the Upper Peninsula camping in the summer with my family, I have actually seen a locks system in action. I remember being a small child and standing next to the edge of the Soo Locks while large freighters passed through the channel. The &hellip Continue reading