Sunday, November 22, 2009

BELIZE CHIT CHAT going on for 20 years on this listserve.

Chit Chat from subscriber members on the Belize Culture Listserve, with about 150 people from all around the world. Some Belizeans, others just curious.
The listserve is To join, you need to send an email that says and put the word SUBSCRIBE in the body of the message. A lot of the traffic is just nonsense between internet friends that have formed on here over the last 20 years. You do get all the early news effecting Belize before anyone else though.

WELL Bruce and Victoria

Last night on our 2 block walk in the dark, the sky was extremely clear. The moon and stars shone crystal clear. Today started off warm and is getting warmer as the midday progresses. It was clear blue sky early this morning, but we are getting a grey cloud cover coming in from somewhere right now midday.
The wife was up on the third floor doing the internet and I diddled with re potting some vegetables and planted some new seeds. We both admired the view across the two valleys from the third floor verandah, and felt BLESSED that our dreams up in Miami came true. We re retired in a beautiful rural spot. Close to town and shopping, but excellent scenery, calm and peaceful, everything green and a few friendly neighbors. We have everything the heart could desire. Wonderful feeling of being lucky!

--- On Sat, 11/21/09, Bruce and Victoria Collins wrote:

From: Bruce and Victoria Collins
Subject: Re: Bz-Culture: Foggy in the Belize Alps this morning.
To: "Ray Auxillou"
Date: Saturday, November 21, 2009, 10:55 AM

Ray, I really like you postings about the weather and daily life at your home. Thank you for doing this.
Bruce Collins

Ray Auxillou wrote:
> Grey thick fog this morning at 6 a.m. Means a hot sunny day today. Being Saturday, will head for the Twin Towns, Macal River, market this morning.
> Want some yogurt and Mennonite cheese.
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