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Without a doubt, one of the most fantastic adventures I have ever had was the making of this video while snorkeling with Paul Sanchez Navarro from Centro Ecologico Akumal and the sea turtles in Akumal, Mexico. Paul is interested in building water safety awareness in the Riviera Maya region of the Yucatan Peninsula and taught [...]
It’s a battle in my garden – the maple tree roots versus me. They are powerful and I am often stymied as I cannot dig in the soil due to the deep and twisted mess that lies right below the surface. When installing my gate arbor, the workers ended up cutting the cable television (on [...]
What makes up sand? In the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico it is mostly crushed limestone mixed with coral, shell fragments, and minerals of various kinds. The limestone gives the sand its bright white appearance. Walking through the sand is an experience – soft nature wrapping around your toes as you take each step. If it [...]