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August Memories

Life is quite beautiful. This August was full of simple fun, lots of laughs, kitties and future dreaming.

Interesting fruit which was gifted to me. Called "zapote".

Interesting fruit which was gifted to me. Called “zapote”.

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It tastes mildly/blandly sweet.

It tastes mildly/blandly sweet.

All gone!

All gone!

Yuck. We found a huge spider in the house.

Yuck. We found a huge spider in the house.

We cat-sat for a friend. This is Miss Independent, Pebbles!

We cat-sat for a friend. This is Miss Independent, Pebbles!

This is timid, but loving, Hershey!

This is timid, but loving, Hershey!

Shot from the El Pianista trail.

Shot from the El Pianista trail.

Beautiful shot of the view towards Bajo Boquete.

Beautiful shot of the view towards Bajo Boquete.

Unique vine curling around an ancient tree.

Unique vine curling around an ancient tree.

Perfect little cacti on display at a restaurant on the El Pianista trail.

Perfect little cacti on display at a restaurant on the El Pianista trail.

Stunning!

Stunning!

Boquete is known for it's large variety of orchids.

Boquete is known for it’s large variety of orchids.

This past August was the happiest I have been in quite a while. 🙂

Cheers to that!

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