Merida in 5 Days Watercolour Artists Rendezvous

This is Carolina Weiss On New Years Day 1991, Carolina and her husband, Raymond crossed the border into Mexico, and after 70 miles of driving, they reached Ensenada… sighed happily… and continued south. They traveled for a much longer time than anyone else I’ve ever known.  A dog-eared copy of  “The Hidden Beaches of  Mexico”Continue reading “Merida in 5 Days Watercolour Artists Rendezvous”

The Barrage

Since writing, Magic Made in Mexico, my story is literally an open book… but I’ve not done anything illegal, or so-terribly embarrassing that I need to hide from “enquiring minds”. Really, it doesn’t bother me that people know quite a bit about my life. Nonetheless I feel uneasy with how much information my service providersContinue reading “The Barrage”

National Indigenous Peoples’ Day

A detail of the new totem dedicated yesterday at Edmonds Community School In Canada, June 21st is not only the first day of summer; it is National Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Formerly called National Aboriginal Day, it celebrates the unique heritage, diverse cultures, and outstanding achievements of the First Nations. Indigenous peoples in Canada have traditionallyContinue reading “National Indigenous Peoples’ Day”