Daily Archives: May 2, 2014

Grip Broken

It seems as if the grip that the ‘dry season’ has had on the country over the past several months has been broken. At least here in Chiriquí Province. We have had rain every afternoon this week, and it started today about an hour ago, 3:00 EST, and is still coming down in buckets. It will probably continue for another hour.

One thing we like about this kind of weather is that it moderates the heat. Shortly after it started raining the temperature dropped seven or eight degrees almost immediately. Now it’s to the point where I’ve had to put on a tee shirt to be comfortable. Most of the time I run around the house in a pair of shorts and flip flops. There have been times where its chilled off so much that I’ve had to put on a pair of jeans and socks to ward off the chill.


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Chiriquí Baseball Update

Chiriquí, my adopted home team, lost the seventh and deciding game of the Panamanian version of the World Series of Beísbol to Bocas del Toro 6-2. It’s the second time in three years Bocas has been the country’s championship team.

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