Saw these two super babes go for for that on the toes towards the nose and also saw across the channel where you can see the light of the world chapel.
Saw these two super babes go for for that on the toes towards the nose and also saw across the channel where you can see the light of the world chapel.
Took a suck on this bat flower and went for a dip in the famous cenote where there were tons of people from all over the world including Russia, France, Japan, Germany, Switzerland, China, and the USA.
The cenote is 140 feet deep and has a 50 foot cavern opening that looks up to the sky.
The views are from above and below.
And here is the snapdragon flower?
Staying at the Villas was an interesting time. It was very tranquil and it’s proximity to the exciting Maya land and temples offered plenty of sights.
Got bit by a spider on the first night, but it was worth it to capture these historic photos.
The cross is actually from 1628 when spanish conquistadors visited the temple, but the mayan ruins are from the early civilization periods.
El cedral is a place where you van enjoy a great party, as well as a church, shops, and a nice break from the cruise ship zones of Cozumel.
Starting to get accustomed to the area after a few weeks of being a tourist, and should be a local by tomorrow.
The Peruan naval and marine base is located in the Callao district, And sits adjacent to their commercial area. The food was incredible and although I didn’t get to see the large base and historical site. Here is a teaser.
There are many famous artists in Colombia, and some of them have their works presented along the parkway in ciudad Cali, a metro centre in the country of Colombia.
Here are a few photos of the cats (gatos) and my Bonita tour guide.
I will be heading into the less populated areas of Colombia soon to look for some fishing spots and one thing for Canadians, make sure to have some cash (100 usd) upon arrival as Canadians have to pay a special tariff at the airport.
So the last 5 days have been spend unwinding from the hustle and bustle of airports and stressful travel layovers, and after a solid week of immersing myself in the Peruvian culture, it is clear that I won’t be able to experience nearly as much of this beautiful country as I had hoped.
After randomly searching the internet for some of the best surfing beaches and playing spin the bottle, I let Fate decide and so I happened upon Mancora, Peru.
Before coming here though, I wanted to visit my old Mazatlan, Mexico beach, and rented an apartment there for 400 dollars, but after being overwhelmed by the heat, and being miles away from the beach, I decided to move to mancora and see it.
In Mexico, I found some of my old friends and also had some strange experiences including kissing a guy. Lol. Needless to say it was a long haired guy who I thought was a girl and got sickened from that.
Then I went and found a girl and gave her a kiss the next day. But the romance there doesn’t hold a candle to the wind compared to the love and beauty found here in Mancora.
The girls are so amazing and pretty much all supermodels from all over the world and most of them sunbathe topless, revealing even more of their angelic features.
While I kissed two girls here (on the cheek) I still think I have a chance a finding a girlfriend, but only if I reschedule my flight.
So far, one of the reasons for the romance is because the name of the beach is called Playa del Amor. This means beach of love in Spanish.
Mancora has an interesting mode of travel which is basically a motorized rickshaw / old Honda trike which everyone uses to get around.
So here are some pictures of the beach and some of the cantinas and my apartment view.
My favourite thing about Mancora is the sound of the waves breaking.
Good times so far this Spring having the time of my life enjoying nature and getting back to the land, even if I am not raking in the cash, I am actually having a good time and learning lots about the weather and land.
Here are some snaps from my recent roadtrip where I worked my way across Alberta camping, hunting, prospecting, and seeing some amazing sights.
I saw elk, sheep, skunk, fish, beautiful rivers, mountains, and much more!
Ever wonder what that fuzz floating in the air is? One possibility is Poplar Fluff, which this tree has no problems producing in large amounts. This a later seeder than most of the other Poplars, but it still seems to have a good supply.
Anyone looking for Heirloom Poplar seed?
Please inquire. I now have bags full.
For the past week I have been observing the furry caterpillar, of which some of you may have seen last week, and during the last two days it was sitting on my pickaxe and today I see it has left behind a small "pelt" of caterpillar hair!
You can see the caterpillar in its new skin climbing on the shady part of the tarp. I can say with some surety that this is the same caterpillar, unless someone know more of this. Is it common?
Will it transform into a butterfly?
What a joy! Hoping to get some big ears of corn this year. Planted them mostly rather than sunflowers this year cuz they are kind of like sunflowers, but different. Stay tuned for my "corn heart" feature, which may produce some nice husks hopefully.
Other things include lettuce and some potatoes in some new locations which should be interesting to see.
Notice the strong start of this little sprout! I may monitor its growth and see if it is a good producer.
It has been awhile since I took the time to do any personal writing, and get things off my chest as a writer. I have been working alot on my blockchain digital currency project (myteencoin.com) and watching a lot of youtube videos on clothing hauls to survive the pandemic which I have resorted to as a form of loneliness therapy since I have been single now for years and self-isolation has made it even worse, but it is not all that bad.
Just passed my recent birthday and must say that family is really important and was glad to see my grandpa and grandpa and aunt and uncles and have a good time in some very nice weather.
Winter arrived last week and brought a foot of snow with it and I have been fortunate enough to be out in the woods hunting deer the past week, where it has been one rush after another, without actually putting any meat in the freezer.
Life has got me in a tough position right now because I have become pretty weak and emotionally fragile from some hormonal adjustments I have been going through and I am slowly dreading the coming of another winter and possibly thinking of somehow finding a way to migrate into Mexico for Winter.
While my region of Canada is not in lockdown, the neighbouring covid-19 rates have begun to rise dramatically and more caution has been extended in areas where rates are increasing and areas may see more travel restrictions, but for now everything is working as normal as can be.
I had the opportunity to live in Banff, Canada over the summer, and put in over 200 hours at a ski resort as a chainsaw operator where I cleaned ski runs free of debris so they are smooth to ski on.
The hype and stoke of living in the mountains soon became too much for me as the vibe was high life and I could not muster up the balls to stay away from it and realized I was abusing myself and others, and making really poor decisions and for that I am sorry. I may never fix the wrong I did in this world, but I am now of the belief that our lives are sometimes so mixed up that we need to have hiccups along the way to help us get on clearer paths ahead.
The new vaccination for the pandemic could be a game changer in medicine and offer new world order opportunities for living in free zones and public support zones to reduce poverty and systemic racism and will allow revitalization zones to begin their paths to glory again, which may take awhile as we move into a new regime of living.
It is clear the system is trying to recover from a serious attack, which many war analysts predicted that the third world war would be a biological threat and cause more destruction than the other great wars.
The pandemic is proving this to be true on a daily basis, where millions of people around the globe face hysterical living conditions including restrictions on how they can live and where and what they can do with their time.
And for the first time in our history we have seen an increase in Artificial Intelligence spending and its impact on changing real-world outcomes in real time by altering the flow of information to distort and change reality. No where is this more prevalent that the deciding of the election in the USA where voters were split on their new president-elect, and still continues to be investigated as to how voters were manipulated by the media through corruption and hate-based trash campaigns.
Trump has pointed out these media biases, and as a result the election has turned into an on-going stress test for citizens of this globe who are patiently awaiting the results.
ONE NATION UNDER GOD?
It seems like the old adage ONUG may hold true as a case for redemption of humanity against the suffering that been caused by the international regime of COVID.
HAVE SOME FUN FOR GOD SAKES
It’s not all bad and some fun should be had. As a former fun-haver on a regular basis in Banff, I had to withdraw from the place because I was having so much fun. But now, I must face the world head-on because of the pandemic and try to aspire to get my life back on track by finding a woman, job, and try to bring some aspects of the business to the deal making table.
HOW TO RESTORE BALANCE
There needs to be more co-operation in green energy projects as a way to reimagine new ways of living under the pandemic society. Remember that the older generations had a different lifestyle and that the world has gone digital.
There is now a dependency on information, whether honest or lies, true or false, right or wrong, moral or corrupt, and the system feeds off it. All of our social media feeds and television networks have been infiltrated with social spamming mechanisms that impact the way we things, brainwashing us into something that hasn’t been defined yet. It is only going to become more intense and virtually real with the advent of 5G networks. As someone who often tests and analyses visual queues in the video I watch, I have been able to tell the difference between artificially created footage to present likenesses to cross-platform friends and avatars to create a socially virtual experience.
Having a conversations with a loved one over zoom or facetime can really make the difference in the happiness during the pandemic and more people should be offered ways to connect virtually, being able to integrate the system worldwide so people can experience the most live and virtual interfaces that simulate reality. That is a true escape and allows people to forget about life under the pandemic for awhile.
THE TRULY ISOLATED
Some say it is impossible to be truly isolated, but without any wife or kids I feel that I feel more isolated than other people in this world and may have impacted me psychologically by making me more lonely, and even psychotic times. My life has not been a pretty picture and is more of a horror story that has been trying to be lived with adventure at heart.
As a former adventurer (I have since moved from Adventurer to Writer), it is now time to document some of the placces I have been and how they impacted me, and how I can now look back at some of the adventures and learn from them while I slowly build up my mojo for the next one.
I have done many people wrong in this life because I felt like I had been beat down by a social force that had been created through friendship and if I somehow damaged this relationship, the opposite effect would happen and we would become better friends, even lovers. This is known as a love hate relationshiip and is often the most risky relationship to be in. Remember, I am not an eexpert in relationship advice, just here to share some of the neurotic issues I began facing the longer I was alone. I started questioning my relationships with friends, family, neighbours, co-workers, and began manifaesting myself into a mechanism of hate to push everyone away so I could be miserable in my own loneliness.
Never before have I felt so lonely, and it was excacerbated by drinking abuse, turning myself into a complete wreck. I tried to overcome this by going to a party and challenging the status quo of our own understanding off the world and soon thereafter was in a hospital being treated by a group of psychologists. I learned a lot about schizophrenia and bipolar syndrome, which is what I was diagnosed, but the more I think about it, I think my psychosis is due to loneliness. I think if I would have an emotional partner, and drinking partner, then I would able to have someone to share the experience with emotionally and personally and never let it get out of control.
THE GREAT MATCHMAKER
I often try to understand how some couples stay together, or how they met, or why they do the things they do? As a result, I have began watching videos on youtube to get insight into people’s lives and make better sense of the world. This is in a way why I traveled so much……to try to understand other cultures and how they lived. I found out some scary results that gave insight in how things in one area of the planet may be very different in another, but realized that even though we are apart, we are still connected.
I also realized how lazy I am, how my life has been overrun and that it seems like a I dont get a minute to realize even though it seems like I am doing absolutely nothing. Like sitting there with all cylinders firing, all dressed up and nowhere to go, and wonder how I’ll be able to control my stoke, while at other times feeling so beat down that I can’t even do the dishes or muster myself from under the covers. Is this normal?
I also learned a lot about love during my recent job working at a ski resort where I was doing a great service to the general public and working with some of the coolest and nicest people eI could ever meet. I also began hanging out around the Legion, a place for war veterans, and wonder how this impacted my mindset, and how I was such a loner refusing to give in to loneliness.
Then I started listening to Kygo Remix music and my life changed.
One of the greatest DJs is KYGO and has been one of the ways I have been able to cope with the highs of being full of stoke sometimes. November has been a month full of transition as I have moved from a tourist-party town to a secluded neck of the woods near my hometown where I am currently self-isolating as a new mode of living.
SELF-ISOLATING AND SOCIAL DISTANCING
I am looking forward to going out with friends again once the pandemic is over. I know the pandemic will last and that herd immunity is the true answer and sad that so many people are being affected by the virus., but glad that recovery rates are so high, and not really looking at all the conspiracies surrounding the invention and dissemination of COVID 19 and not even going to get into the aliens that were really a hot topic in the news.
Nice load of seagulls on the dock then lifting off as I try to join them on the dock.
A stunning hike with over 500 feet vertical climb.
Some summer standouts
My first oil paintings
The reason everything flooded was due to the ice jam. Here is some of the ice that was left behind after the flow. Some piled 20 feet high.
Ice goss out and leaves come in.
Nice fast moving caterpillar
I am just ordering a camera and going to start doing daily videos across my channels on a wide variety of topics, and sharing posts here of my vlogs.
While I still enjoy writing, I think it will be good to get some video time and grow my vlogging network.
Here is my youtube chennel
In the meantime, I went on a Spring Prospecting Run to Vancouver Island and took my Chevrolet Truck, and did lots of biking and gold panning. I was a little nervous about the truck because the logging roads on the coast are fairly rough, and as a result, I didn’t make it to any of the panning spots from my Gold Book. Next time, I think I will fly and rent a car and spend a week camping.
It cost me 520 in gas (there and back), and 150 in Ferry costs, so it is almost cheaper to fly there. Oh well, for now I am practicing being patient and going to focus on doing some videos for youtube and have some fun with my video camera once I get it. I think I will order it later today, or early next week.
Here is the gold kit I use.
A pretty crazt video. Already seen cyborg chicks in Japan and Korea who can do everything humans do.
If you zoom in you can see the gold I found this summer.
Some tiny flour gold.
You can see my sluice box in action here.
One of my favorite gum stones showing some translucence in the dark with fire light.
I’ve showcased this piece before in the daylight on my @robertchernish instagram
Got some nice pieces up at the eagle head mine
May 06: Went to pine clearing and dug holes and found the water table as well as got an idea of how the white sand settled on top of the red sand from the north west and was pushed southeast as part of a larger glacial movement.
This movement may have carried some of the artifacts or sediments, or the people may have lived in the area for hundreds of years, or they may have lived to the northeast arctic and the items we see have been deposited by a newer, perhaps different civilization than the first.
The theories surrounding the movement eurasians 23000 years ago, and more recently up to 12000 years ago suggest that Alberta may have been a natural fallout for tribes crossing the bridge.
While still far enough south from the high arctic, and offering a means of travel along water routes, some of the sculptures and jewel crafting suggest a highly organized and idyllic social structure, particularly among the use of stone work.
Over 80% of the stones and gravels encountered at 50% of the test sites had shown evidence of workmanship, and some pieces suggested that the work was done by top masters of the stone working trade.
From large to small, stones of all colors and characteristics had fallen to the blade, pick, chisel, or axe of these rock carvers.
Using imprint technology to manufacture clays and cements, as well as dynamic casting systems like that of wax casting, these workers invented a system of imprinting using ice, water, and clay layering.
All of the rocks follow a systematic cutting pattern where the workers would punch tiny holes into the rock to create fracture lines so the tiiny eagle heads could be used as a form of currency for trade.
The high quality workmanship and design consistency suggests that over 1000 workers may have been working around the clock to create these eagle head relic totems.
Within the areas surveyed (q1, q2, and a3) the line of orange sand run central north-south, with easterly fallouts, and the far east being soil and clay, and far west also having soil and clay topsoils.
The range of exposure of orange on the north-south lies in variable depths and consistencies, with higher concentrations of gravels being in the central and north east region, and less gravelled zone being on the south east shoulder.
Prior surveys conducted in the 80s, and earlier when the secondary road was constructed, chose the line of best fit along the bench of gravel that was laid out during the previous glacial movement. As a result, much of the artifact and development areas that had been potentially rich in deposits have already been worked.
To test my theory of glacial movement from the central q1, q2, q3, I went 2 miles to the west where the river run adjacent to see if any of the gravels matched the upper deck.
The q1, Q2, q3 materials are stained red and are salty. This leads me to believe that there may have been a legendary battle (bloodstained rocks) at a work camp where slaves would have worked naked and left generations of sweat on top of the rocks and gravels.
While mineral testing has not been scientifically conducted, some of the reasons for the salt may be due to a salt deposit in the area, or the glacial ice being that of a salty nature.
The river’s rocks were cleaner and whiter because they did not contain the red sands staining that is so prevalent in the area.
The river also showed 12 specs of gold from 25 shovel pans across a 6 mile section. Drinkable water was found at two creeks.
The upper deck does not contain any notable creeks, and would likely be the high point, or breaking point, where the light materials would have fallen out if the water level was 650 feet higher.
If the people who landed in this area were there because they were surrounded by water, as there are many islands already in the area, then this would have suggested that the people could have been as old as 12,000 years.
I will send my specific findings and total classification of the stones once I count them and categorize them properly tomorrow.
I will probably use 100 of the 300 rocks I have collected to present the styles of rock cutting and I still have to get some cleaner and polisher so I wontt be doing the photos until I get them cleaned and polished!
For now, check out the gravel sample.
You can see how salty the larger rocks are in the photo, with a white casing, much like that of something that has been salted…
I had a good hunt this year!
Got both my doe and buck and still have meat.
Decent Christmas, new tasks, new year
Watch this bird in the photos circle around and catch a nice ocean perch!
It is just as expensive in rent to live here as it is to rent a place in Canada.
It is all about deciding what you want to see and where you want to be.
In many ways, I abused myself on this trip, but I also found a way to overcome my hardships and learn from them.
Some of my biggest highlights were to lay in the warm river and drink beers with Janis, and also to take a boat from Sierpe to Drake Bay.
A truly remote place that reeks of beauty and enchantment, I will be back again to visit this place when I am not loaded down with my computers.
Needless to say, it has been very tough to travel “freely” with two computers and a bunch of books stuffed in your backpack, but I did the best I could to manage everything.
There were a few hiccups, including my lost phone, which came as a result of drinking too much water.
So ya, I will miss costa rica.
Some other highlights were the WSL Surf Contest in Jaco, where I got to try to recover from nights of debauchery including ditch climbing, and flood walking, where I cut my foot in the street, as well as a fever I picked up from kissing a girl.
In palmar norte, I was served tongue on the plate of the day, which they said was beef tongue but pretty sure it was goat or human. LMAO!!! Needless to say, I avoided eating the tongue.
Did a bunch of ditch work at hotel mahogine, and met some cool people there while in Drake Bay.
Other highlights include Jaco, seeing it for the first time, and experiencing a surf contest, picking some “tea tree flower muchrooms” and seeing some new frog species, macaws, and toucans.
Again, I will explore costa rica when I have a bigger budget, as it has been a very tough year.
Looking forward to my next Mexico destination, then Vegas, then home.
Should be interesting to see how it all piles up. 🙂