Monthly Archives: May 2014

Photo Friday: Racket of Death

This is undoubtedly one of the best things since sliced bread. It looks like a tennis racket, but it wields the power of death. You see, instead of strings, it has a wire mesh that is electrified when you push … Continue reading

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Photo Friday: Taunting me

A pear (avocado) tree in my yard with tiny little baby pears on it, taunting me until they’re ripe this fall.

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Photo Friday: The Welcoming Committee

Ah, life near a big cattle farm in Jamaica. I’ve seen ’em cause traffic jams in downtown metropolitan Brown’s Town.

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Territorial

Serving in the Peace Corps is undoubtedly one of the weirdest things I’ve done, and that includes that time I slept in the Dublin airport because I was an idiot and missed my flight. The sheer diversity and heft of … Continue reading

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Photo Friday: Lover’s Leap

Another photo from my St. Elizabeth trip. This dramatic cliff offers a wonderful view of the South Coast and the Caribbean Sea. As with many such places in Jamaica, the name originates from slavery and has a tragic story. I’ve … Continue reading

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Photo Friday: Pelican Bar

Sorry for the extended radio silence, folks, but I’m back! I was on a much needed vacation/birthday present back home. Soon after I got back, my friend Julie invited me to her new home on the south coast in St. … Continue reading

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