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archeology, Spanish Culture and Language

Dr. Martinez Strikes Gold

Martínez knew that no Latin American team had ever been granted an excavation permit in Egypt. No Egyptian she met had ever heard of the Dominican Republic. Did she have a chance to lead a project in that arid land? In order to seek permission to excavate in Egypt, groups are herded into Dr. Hawass’ […]

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blogging, Spanish Culture and Language, writing

Thank You, Dear Readers!

Un beso, a kiss; happy salutations Fake Flamenco readers! Our blog has 200 followers as of today. I did a jump for joy this morning when I saw the good news. What a great summer connecting with you in the UK, Australia, España, Chile, India, the USA and around the world. I’m enjoying getting to […]

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Gardening

What’s Blooming Now?

As Wisconsin summer wanes; flowers change. Here are spots of color from our garden. Pinks; Butterfly-Created Phlox Variety; Sycamore Tussock Caterpillar Flowers, bugs, and butterflies abound. Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly on Phlox, two views; Campanulas  Unidentified moth on peony leaf; busy bees; bee in Rose of Sharon bloom What is flowering where you live? Gracias for […]

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