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         After a wonderful, but intense trip to the Middle East, Peg & Keith set out in the early part of December 2005 to go south for warmth, rest and exploration.  This trip was planned to be open-ended with several goals.  We would have no scheduled time to return to our northern California home.  We would go first to a small island off the north coast of Honduras where our son and his wife had given us several days for resting at a small resort.  We planned to meet 3 good friends there, but a broken leg in one family meant only one friend, "Suska" from Michigan, would join us.  This first week or so would be time to rest, relax and enjoy southern warmth and waters.  We would travel a little more in Honduras and then visit Guatemala alone.  

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        Xmas eve found us flying north to meet friends, Jack & Susan from our home area, and connect with our long-term friends Ted Rose & Susan Hill in their little village of Cofradia de Suchitlán on the side of a volcano in the small west-central Mexican state of Colima.  Here we would spend the Xmas & New Year's holidays with the founders of the worthy humanitarian Project Amigo.  After the first of the year, Peg, Keith, Jack & Susan would borrow a car and head out for several days of touring around the Mexican state of Michoacán, ending up in the Lake Chapala/Guadalajara area, where Jack & Susan would catch their flight home.  

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         The next part of our planned travels would be going back to our Project Amigo friends in Colima to rest up and then start some serious exploration, maybe as far south as Panama, with the idea of scouting out possible places where we might want to settle for a second (or maybe 1st) home.  Family tragedies would bring us to the decision to head home in late January 2006.  We would maybe later come back south to pursue that latter goal  

         We hope you find some of these travel photos of interest.  Please send any comments, corrections or questions to Keith.



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