Monthly Archives: September 2012

The leaves, they are a changin’

It is well documented in my book (Unraveling the Mysteries of Moving to Costa Rica) that I had decided I’d seen enough change of seasons, that I wasn’t missing it at all in Costa Rica.  And that was absolutely true … Continue reading

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In case it wasn’t clear that we’d left the land of the mini-pin and returned to the land of the big-dog, last week’s dog-a-POOL-ooza at our local rec center (health club) erased any doubt. It was the final day for … Continue reading

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Fried Green Jello

Yes, indeed, we were lured to the Utah State Fair today by the promise of deep fried green jello. (I reckon that once you mastered the process of frying jello—a challenging concept in itself!—you could fry ANY color of jello … Continue reading

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