This is dressed up. I will wear this when I fly out for Coast Rica at the end of next month. There is a chance more than extremely slim that sweet younger things will think I am a wealthy coffee plantation owner and well - - - never mind.
That is snow you see out there. Click on the picture to see things better. Twice for more better.
This is normal attire and happy to say it's been five straight months of put shorts on in the morning - take 'em off at night and there's still a lot of shorts weather ahead too. Fine by me.
A picture in my other life taken in '06.
A couple from the way way back machine between '77 and '79 while a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ghana West Africa. This beer was Ta Ta and could be oh soooo good. I'd drink one right now if I could. I understand Coast Rica makes three different lagers. Every once in a while I'll have a beer and I am a lager guy. I can't wait to get my hands around one of the Costa Rican type lagers I tell you.
This picture is in what was Upper Volta back then and is now Burkina Faso. Just happen to remember this picture and that the beer was Bravolta a local lager as well. This was good beer too. If you are at all interested recently ran across a site done by a PCV named Cathy Seely who served in Burkina Faso. It's loaded with great pictures of what life is like there. Don't remember there being many beer pictures. It's here.