Anthony Ciccarello
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  1. México city seems so close yet so far.

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  2. Visiting Peru has been a wonderful mix of family, friends, culture, history, language, and nature. We were able to travel to several different parts of the country though there is much more to see. I’d love to come again. Thanks to my cousin @wdevenney55 and his wife @mayra_devenney for all...

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  3. Huaca Pucllana is an adobe pyramid dating as early as 400 A.D. however until the 1980s it was just a dirt mound located in the Miraflores neighborhood of Lima.

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  4. @duolingo has a bunch of new lessons in their Spanish course. Glad to see them expanding the content and teaching lessons like “what is that phrase everyone keeps saying in restaurants?”.

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  5. Missing all my friends back in New England. Wish I could be there to celebrate with you all. @sarahjoan20 @rachelmonahan_

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  6. Stonework

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  7. I’ve been missing the mountains and I can’t think of a more dramatic place to enjoy them. I’m so grateful we were able to go on this trip.

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  8. One of the best parts of our trip has been meeting up with friends and getting to see their corner of the world. Last month we had fun hiking up the Peña de Bernal with the Dalolio’s to check out the views looking over the town of Bernal. The Peña...

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  9. This map of Ruby-throated hummingbirds lights up in the summer as they follow warm weather looking for flowers. Source: @team_ebird

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  10. This @team_ebird animation of Sandhill Crane migrations illustrates the dramatic movements of populations over the course of the year.

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  11. Almost ready for more #traveling

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  12. Stages of Talavera

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  13. Estamos en Puebla, México

    Back in February, my wife Bekah and I packed up our things and left the United States for Puebla, Mexico. We left Colorado last year after I began working remotely and my wife began working on her online master’s degree full time. But with no job holding us to a...

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