Monthly Archives: June 2013

Finding Granada

When last we saw our intrepid explorer, he had just stepped off a cramped bus somewhere in Nicaragua… My first impression of Granada was not glowingly positive. But walking just a few blocks, I arrived at the parque central and … Continue reading

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Next Stop: Nicaragua

If you’re like most Americans of a certain age, when you read the name Nicaragua in the title your first thought was: Sandanistas!┬áThat term sprang into my mind when I first met Fernando in the ’90s and he described his … Continue reading

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Learn to Surf the Ken Way in Three Easy Steps!

After a long day spent molding young minds (into the shapes of puppets), I looked forward to relaxing with my high school comrade Beth and her family. To be honest, I didn’t really know her that well, having drifted out … Continue reading

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Back to (Montessori) School

Beth and I went to high school together, when we looked like this. We were both in Chamber Choir, which looked like this. Which means we went on the big choir trip to Russia, Poland, and Hungary in 1987, which … Continue reading

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