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Good Yokes Don't Make for Bad Eggs
Posted Friday, July 20 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
On a recent trip to the Woodland Park Zoo, we had a chance to hang out and play ourselves silly in the ZooMazium building. Although there aren't animals in there, it does have all kinds of animal related play exhibits. They call them "learning" experiences, but I know better, it's all about play. As for me, and you can take it from me, I'm a good egg.

Ruined Lighthouse Stands as a Beacon for Shipwrecks
Posted Thursday, July 19 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
When traveling through the southern parts of Puerto Rico, you should take Highway-2 out a little bit further to the town of Gúanica, where you'll be delighted by the dullness of the dry forest, the remote disappointment of Fort Caprón and, time permitting, the ruins of the lighthouse on Highway 333, which stands today as a beacon for centuries of ruined ships run regrettably aground.

Butcher Ponce de Leon Still Revered in Slaughto Rico
Posted Wednesday, July 18 @ 00:00:00 PDT by Brendan
I'm new to the history game, having only recently learned that things happened before I was born. As an American, I prefer the narrow view, believing instead that everything important throughout all of history happened since I was born, specifically to me. This respect for Ponce de Leon, however, defies my limited comprehension. I thought he was kind of a bad guy, but just goes to show what I know.

Saunter Ponies-Up Fun, Regardless of Naysaying
Posted Tuesday, July 17 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
Think back, if you're able, to a time when you were outweighed by a load of groceries. Sure, it was a simpler time, a time when even the littlest things made you happy. I know this because I am myself so unafflicted by the confines of gravity, and the things of greatest minutia indeed delight me in spades. In this case, specifically, it's a pony.

Fort Caprón Perfect for Everything Except a Visit
Posted Monday, July 16 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
We've traveled far, wide, deep and always shallow, so when we were looking for fun things to do in the humble, seaside town of Gúanica, Puerto Rico, we dug in our research heels as best we were able to find things worth writing up. As it turns out, Fort Caprón should be omitted from this list in every case.

Roadside Zoo Offers… Wait, Roadside?
Posted Sunday, July 15 @ 03:00:00 PDT by Brendan
As you drive the Puerto Rican countryside, it's not uncommon to see a truck parked off the highway with a huge "Exotic Birds" sign, but the offering is almost zoo-like in variety. They boast chickens, ducks, rabbits, kittens, puppies, pigeons, ponies, land crabs of assorted colors, and even the big draw, exotic birds… but it's on the side of the road, so um, what gives?

McRestaurant McAlmost McReminds McMe of McHome
Posted Saturday, July 14 @ 02:00:00 PDT by Brendan
If you've ever traveled, whether it was across town or across the world, the one thing you wanted more than unlimited outgoing calls from your room was something familiar that reminded you of home. In my case I could think of nothing better or more familiar than passage of those golden arches through which kids come out happy and cows come out hamburger.


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