Sunday Pictures

Here is yesterday’s pictures!

The sun is coming out, though the weather report says it could still rain more. I am very tempted to pack up and maybe find a place to hang out for some lunch. The Lewis and Clark state park is about 25 miles away, so reasonable destination for today. I’m glad to be caught up with photos and correspondence, so time to make more stories and take more photos!


About Kris Cunningham

We live in David, Chiriqui Provence, Republic of Panama! This blog is about some of our experiences in our new country.
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8 Responses to Sunday Pictures

  1. Carole says:

    Looks like everything is going well for you. I would have been lost, hate maps. Weather is on your side. Thanks for the photos, really nice. Hope all goes well for you tomorrow. Safe journey.


  2. ME BE in Panama says:

    Oh, the places you’ll go! Some of this reminds me of Least-Heat Moon’s ‘Blue Highways.’ You’ll see a part of America (and other places) that very few ever do. Thanks for keeping us updated, and have fun!

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    • That’s what is so cool about bicycle travel and seeing the world at 10 mph.


    • Oh, I love that book “Lost Highways”. Kris, I follow you almost every day, and if I can’t I see the photos that Joel posts, so I know where you are and what you are doing. Keep up your strength and try to eat well. I seriously think you should write a book when your trip is over. You are such an inspiration…and brave…OMG…brave. I don’t think I would have spent the night alone. You meet the most interesting people, too. That poor little lady trying to live in her run-down camper. Keep trucking and keep writing. xxxooo


      • Others have also mentioned a book, so this is one reason for the blog, a recorded if I need it in the future. Brave? Nah, just in a spot. At that moment there was no other choice since I was too far from anywhere else and it was getting dark soon. If there are neighbors though I try to talk with them. They are more likely to keep an eye on your stuff that way and you also meet some really interesting people.


  3. wynnekwilson says:

    Reading your blog is fascinating. I am full of admiration for you. Was curious that someone mentioned following your route and GPS. Was wondering how we can do that? Take care and enjoy.


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