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Lago Petén Itzá, Guatemala

The day Maddie & I left La Lancha and Lake Peten Itza, we stopped for a moment to enjoy the view lakeside. I justView full post »

Guatemalan POLITUR

During my travels with Maddie through northern Guatemala this past July following mission work in Belize, weView full post »

Mayan Vaquero – La Lancha, Guatemala

Juan ~ mayan buckaroo from the ranch La Lancha in the Petén Basin, Guatemala. Notice the hardwood saddle on his horseView full post »


It is what we learn after we think we know it all, that counts.  ~ unknown quote I find one of the mostView full post »

Cojolya – mayan weavers of Guatemala

At the town of El Remate, Maddie and I came across a number of artisans. The most interesting was the loom weaving.View full post »

Storm clouds over Tikal

Tikal is a special place and has remained that way since its creation around 400 BC. It was one of the cornerstones ofView full post »

ARCAS – To Guatemala with love

It all began with a mission to find pizza in the small village of Flores, Guatemala. Maddie and I had been working inView full post »

Riding a loose rein – Guatemala highlands

On our last day visting northern Guatemala, we got up before sunrise to ride the ranch lands above La Lancha,View full post »

Storm over Flores – Guatemala

Following a long week of work in Corozal, Maddie and I hopped a Tropic Air flight to St. Elena, Guatemala to exploreView full post »