Posts tagged ‘panama’

Photos of Panama From the Pentax

We took two cameras to Panama last month–our workhorse Nikon D70 and Julie’s old-school Pentax K1000. We shot four or five rolls of film with the…

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A Snatch and Release Program for Chihuahuas

When I lived in Yaletown, I would frequently see sweater-clad chihuahuas being walked by their Lululemon-clad owners. If it wasn’t the dog days (sorry) of August,…

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LazyWeb Request: What’s the State of the Art for Local Film Development?

We took two cameras to Panama: our trusty Nikon D-70 and Julie’s awesome old Pentax K1000. We shot three or four rolls of film (some of…

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Books I Read on Holiday, Part Two

We’re on our way back to Panama City tomorrow. I’ve read some more books, and will spend my first hours in civilization desperately seeking English language…

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Let’s Loan Some Money to a Panamanian Entrepeneur

It’s the holiday season, and I’m down near the equator. I thought it’d be a great idea to try to raise some money to make a…

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Back in Bocas Town

We’re back in Bocas Town for some internet access and a few days’ change of scene after a week out at Punta Laurel. I just uploaded…

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Books I’ve Read in Panama, Part One

As we’re kicking it Robinson Crusoe style in a remote corner of Panama, I’ve got an unusual amount of time for reading. I brought several books,…

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Update From Bocas Town

At the moment, Julie and I are shacked up in a little casita on Isla Carenero, a tiny island opposite Bocas Town, the largest town (with…

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