Author Archives: Dan Drews

About Dan Drews

At the encouragement of my better half, the blogging thing has taken off. So far it has been a compilation of rants, self exposure, stories, pictures and just plain silliness. after all, I'm 73 and allowed! Always looking forward to the blogs of others, there is so much that needs to be shared, and with that in mind......... Now it is your turn.

A Post from the Past.

Browsing through my stats, I noticed that I had published 76 posts in just over 2 years. Not worthy of a medal, but at the same time not too bad for a rookie. It has been fun and a challenge. I … Continue reading

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People and Faces of Puerto Vallarta. No. 13.

Sad to say, our stay in Puerto Vallarta will come to an end in another week. But before we leave for our next adventure, I want to leave you with a few words and pictures. We found that being  here nearly … Continue reading

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The Good Earth.

When I was growing up as a pre-teen during the 1950’s in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, one of my chores was to keep our vegetable garden weeded. I hated it. I didn’t like having to get down on my knees … Continue reading

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Black and White Photo Challenge.

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Limerick Time. Again.

A cool cat from PV call Tigra, Had stripes much like a zebra. When asked why he chose, To repose in only those, He replied, cool cats don’t like to shiva. Chuckle

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Bad Hair Day?

So, how do you feel when you wake up in the morning? Cranky, or happy, with a bounce in your step? This poor guy obviously got off on the wrong foot. Cranky And, with no apologies; show me a man … Continue reading

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Challenges of Walking around Puerto Vallarta.

The streets of this town are all cobblestone. The sidewalks in the outlying areas are irregular and broken. Both require a level of diligence and stamina, not to mention solid footwear. The pictures that follow will illustrate my point.   … Continue reading

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