archeology, history, Indigenous Peoples, The Americas

Who Were the Hunters?

Men were the hunters and women were the gatherers; a universally assumed concept about Stone Age societies. Despite this hypothesis, excavations in Perú and the Americas have proved this was untrue. In 2018, at the Wilamaya Patjxa site high in the Andes, six burials from 9000 years ago were found. Two of the six were […]

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Mexico, Spanish Culture and Language

Up Up and Away Above Guanajuato

I found uplifting news this weekend about an annual festival in the City of León, the State of Guanajuato, México. According to the Balloon Federation of America, the Festival Internacional del Globo de León (FIG) is one of the top three events of its kind in the world. It is the largest hot air balloon […]

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Nature, photography

Edna Taylor Prairie Reserve Nature Walk

Dusk begins near five pm this time of year in Wisconsin. The three of us were happy to get a walk in this afternoon before dark. We went to Edna Taylor Conservation Park, fifteen minutes and a world away. May your feet stay dry despite the marshes of life. ¡Olé! –Rebecca Want to see more […]

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