Every time we disparage the state of the economy and talk about the terrible state of real estate, we create a self fulfilling prophesy. It is my view that if we are positive, then positive things will happen. There are great opportunities in the market and it is time to stress the positive, and put a bow on it.
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I have shared many stories and pictures from my recent trip to Uganda. I am going to share more because I can and because those who have followed my story seem to enjoy them. Uganda is the poorest place I have ever been and I have been to many third world places. The people are both grateful for ...
I was in Uganda for a couple of weeks to see the Mountain Gorillas, which I did. It was a life altering experience I will never forget. In any lifetime there are things that matter to us and those that come along the way. Along this way I saw some birds I have never seen before. I don't know thei...
There is beauty everywhere if you are open to it. Uganda is diverse and very very poor but there is a great deal to appreciate and explore. These are scenes that took my breath away. Simply scenes, sunsets and and places like none other. Take a look and see what you think.
It is a long way from my home, not only in miles but mostly in lifestyle. Uganda is third world but if there was a fourth world, Uganda would qualify. For the most part the native animals in their own parks live better than the people. And so it goes.Murchison Falls.
I recently visited Uganda to see the Mountain Gorillas. Uganda is the poorest country I have ever been to and life there is hard to describe. With that in mind I thought I would share some of the many everyday animals I saw while on safaris and from boat rides on the Nile and another river. By th...
I just came back from a lifetime dream trip to see the mountain Gorillas in Uganda. I wasn't sure I could make it and was relieved that I survived. The trek was the hardest thing I ever did and even with a couple of porters it is impossible to describe. I just got an email from one of the people ...
I was in Uganda principally to see the mountain Gorillas. However, earlier that same week I went to a place where the Chimpanzees were prevalent. It was a scary scene initially. The chimps are very very active and much bigger than I thought. Anything that is my size and swings from tree branches ...
Last Sunday I was in Uganda at The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, tracking Gorillas. It was the hardest thing I have ever done but it was also very satisfying surviving it. The Gorillas are gentle souls and have very soft eyes. Seeing these massive and soulful animals in their natural environ...
I recently returned from Uganda where I went to see the Mountain Gorillas. It was the hardest trip I have ever taken or will probably ever will take. After what can best be described as an impossible journey up a mountain without a trail and with vines, trees, red ants and poisonous plants strewn...
While in Uganda I saw more Hippos than I have in my whole life. I think of Uganda as Hippo Heaven and they are everywhere: in the water, on land and soaking with Water Buffalo's in mud puddles. Both of these animals are vegetarians are are allies. Here are some pictures.