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Monthly Archives: July 2011

North Belize Medical Mission ~ “those who care”

Above is a “flash-based” slideshow with audio of a series of portraits taken two weeks ago during ourView full post »

New wallpaper…

This image is currently the wallpaper on my iMac at home. I have come to cherish interesting and uniqueView full post »

Patchakan – “village of happiness”

Patchakan was the second village we worked in last week. This was the third year in a row that I have been there. ThisView full post »

“Tears for Corozal”

Last week our first stop on the mobile clinic tour of north Belize was Corozal, which is the main town in theView full post »

Amber Gris Caye, go fast boats & sharks

Last night the North Belize Medical Team returned from the Corozal District after breaking down the last clinicView full post »

“Circo Ponce Grande”

Today we set up our mobile clinic in the town of San Joaquin which is a village between Corozal and Belize CityView full post »

Children of North Belize

There is nothing more precious than children. They represent our successes from the past and hope for the future. ThisView full post »

North Belize Medical Mission

Almost forty of us devoted to helping the people in the Corozal District of Belize arrived in Belize City this pastView full post »

“Inside the Hagia Sophia”

Once a church, then a mosque ~ now a contrast of Christianity and Islam. Certainly the Hagia Sophia is one ofView full post »

Visions of Santorini

It has almost been a month since Maddie and I have visited Santorini in Greece. I am still working my way through theView full post »

USCRA roping in Stephenville

The US Calf Roping Assoc. is holding a three day roping here in Stephenville out at the Lone Star. I was able to spendView full post »

Chasing the Firecracker 100

Taken yesterday while following the Firecracker 100 race in Stephenville, Texas. The event is sponsored by theView full post »

Racing barrels @ the Lone Star

Images shot last weekend at the Lone Star Arena, Stephenville, Texas. Captured with: nikon d700, 400mm @ f/3.2, 1/800,View full post »