Our Third Life – Pedasi

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Catch-up with a December Wrap-up

To get into the Christmas spirit, Mikkel and I, along with our friends LaVon & Bob, traveled by bus to Panama City to attend “Carols by Candlelight” (Luces de Navidad) performance on December 2nd. Mikkel had heard about this program…

Pedasí Holiday Catch-up: November, 2017

I have written in the past that both November and December are big holiday/fiesta months in Pedasí. This year was no exception. Pedasi loves parades, fiestas, music, and fireworks. The alcalde (mayor) has done a great job promoting and cleaning…

Catch-up Highlights of August – October

Well, it’s been another 4 months since my last post. Life in Pedasí is just that-our life now. Yes, there have been some changes, some more adventures, some challenges. But as anywhere we would live, our life has become familiar;…

Cherishing the Moments

Neither Mikkel nor I have ever regretted our decision to move and permanently live in Pedasí. But there are times when I especially miss my family. Although we have MagicJack, Skype, FaceTime, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, & email to communicate with…

Reflections for 2017

It’s a quiet New Year’s Day morning here in Pedasí with an occasional blast of fireworks throughout the pueblo. Last night at midnight, the fireworks were non-stop for a few hours. Many homes were having parties, most of which were…

November Wrap-up & Christmas Time is Here Again

Wow! It’s already December. November with its full month of holidays, parades, and fiestas is past. As I have written in previous blogs, the month of November in Panama has many holidays, both national and local. With that comes lots…

July – Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

This July has gone by quickly. I have been planning to write something on this blog many times this past month and just end up getting distracted with many other things. That’s okay. I don’t allow myself to be under…

Driving Through Pedasí

With more and more construction of homes out by the beach and within the pueblo of Pedasí itself, comes more and more large vehicles hauling equipment, supplies, and workers and the owners who are building. Dry season will be ending…

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