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A recently retired Commercial Seaplane Pilot, now Author & Photographer.
A recently retired Commercial Seaplane Pilot, now Author & Photographer.

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© "The Faces of Junkanoo" - New Years Morning 2018
         Bahamian weather this year did us proud; calm clear skies and an impressive full moon adding to the flavor of something special about to be experienced. We have another couple of guests, friends from Abaco having retired there for several months of...
© "The Faces of Junkanoo" - New Years Morning 2018
© "The Faces of Junkanoo" - New Years Morning 2018
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© "The Faces of Junkanoo" ~ 2017
Our year of 2017 draws to a close in the Bahamas with the most stunning 10 days of clear blue, calm brochure weather! A nation truely blessed with a remarkable climate compared to the massive snow and ice film seen daily on American TV from our friends in t...
© "The Faces of Junkanoo" ~ 2017
© "The Faces of Junkanoo" ~ 2017
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© "The Faces of Junkanoo" ~ 2017
Our year of 2017 draws to a close in the Bahamas with the most stunning 10 days of clear blue, calm brochure weather! A nation truely blessed with a remarkable climate compared to the massive snow and ice film seen daily on American TV from our friends in t...
© "The Faces of Junkanoo" ~ 2017
© "The Faces of Junkanoo" ~ 2017
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© 'Beautiful British Columbia'! - a must explore!
'Beautiful British Columbia' - the phrase found of this Canadian Province's vehicle number plates, and rightfully so! I first had the distinct pleasure of visiting Canada's western most province in the 1980s. Landing and spending a few days in Vancouver I t...
© 'Beautiful British Columbia'! - a must explore!
© 'Beautiful British Columbia'! - a must explore!
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© Hurricanes! ~ The price of living in Paradise.
  UPDATE: Sept 7th, 2017 Hurricane "Irma" formed several days ago in the Atlantic Ocean, near the peak of hurricane season for this year. It's 11.40pm and 'she' is nearly upon us here in the capital already striking the southeast Bahama Islands with the str...
© Hurricanes! ~ The price of living in Paradise.
© Hurricanes! ~ The price of living in Paradise.
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© Abaco ~ Jewels of the Northern Bahamas!
        Lying 180 miles off the Florida coast occupying 776 square miles are the islands of Abaco. Comprised of the the large mainland of Great Abaco, Little Abaco and a string of barrier islands stretching along its northern shoreline, from Walkers Cay in ...
© Abaco ~ Jewels of the Northern Bahamas!
© Abaco ~ Jewels of the Northern Bahamas!
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© Cuba 2017 ~ Back to the future!
In early 2017 we had opportunity to explore Cuba! Staying in the capital city of Havana is a must for first time visitors - a city of contradiction in time and cars and buildings.  One minute you are in the 1950s with old American cars passing every few min...
© Cuba 2017 ~ Back to the future!
© Cuba 2017 ~ Back to the future!
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© Junkanoo ~ A Bahamian Legacy
    I was taken to my first Junkanoo Parade in the winter of 1960. Each Boxing Day (the day after Christmas) and New Years day, in the wee hours of early morning around 2am, one hears that magical sound approaching the main street of downtown Nassau in the ...
© Junkanoo ~ A Bahamian Legacy
© Junkanoo ~ A Bahamian Legacy
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Discovering more ancient cities of the Turquoise Coast!
          It takes little time to discover Turkey may well be one of the most diversely beautiful countries ever visited. Cast aside recent politics realizing that the Turquoise Coast is always open to visitors and local Turks on holiday. Visitors from Russ...
Discovering more ancient cities of the Turquoise Coast!
Discovering more ancient cities of the Turquoise Coast!
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