Showing posts from March, 2008

2008 Reunion 2008 Pt 1

Still here for Easter

Happy Easter Everyone! Just been doing nothing, but getting ready to work on some of my crochet and knit items. I am kind of getting myself into the new climate. It is so different from Puerto Rico. Thanks for stopping by!

Tren Urbano de Puerto Rico

The Tren Urbano as it is called, or in English Urban Train. From Guaynabo's Torrimar to Piñero's Station in San Juan or Hato Rey Ward. Apologies for the gum Chewing, Itis a prescription gum and I forgot I was chewing, lol! Andy the Billy Goat!

The Tren Urbano — or Urban Train in English — is a 10.7 mile (17.2 km) fully automated metro system that serves the metropolitan area of San Juan, Puerto Rico, which includes the municipalities of San Juan, Bayamón, and Guaynabo. It is electrified by third rail at 750 V, d.c. As of 2007, the Tren Urbano is composed of 16 stations, ten of which are elevated, four at grade or in open cuttings, and two underground. A maintenance depot and operations control centre is being provided halfway along the route, at Martínez Nadal Station. Each of the 16 stations boasts unique artwork and architectural style. The Tren Urbano complements other forms of public transportation on the island such as the public bus system, taxis, water ferries and shut…

Nuno the Wonder Dog

Nuno is the name of my Niece's dog. It is my adopted dog, he is a Corgy with an attitude and a fun dog. He will demostrate his doggone ablities inthis video for your eyes only. And now for the fisrt time in the Internet Nuno the Wonder Dog!!!

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From My Other Kitchen

I was going to be sharing some of my Puertorrican cooking with you in this video, but the video got deleted due to language in the comments I did not like. I was not able to remove the people from the comments so I decided to delete the video, not a big deal. My purpose was to share some things with other people, there are lots of new things for you to look at and try. People have asked what I am serving this , this being panapen, yautia and other viandas being served with, Chicken sausage and stir vegetables like broccoli,cabbage, shredded carrots,celery and zucchini. The cooking is simple, just peeling, chopping and boiling some stir fry fir the other veggies and meat, but the end product is delicious. Tarot root is something of a staple in the Puertorrican cuisine. I want to thank you for allowing me in your home and for stopping by!

San Felipe del Morro, San Juan Bay

This is not the best of videos, but it is me sharing with you. The sound sometimes gets very loud because of the wind, I apologize ahead of time. I am learning how to shield the caera from getting whipped by the wind and at times it works well lol! I was very happy to share part of my Sunday with you, dial up is very hard on videos of this size , it took me about two hours to upload it. There are more hope you like them all. Thanks for stopping by!