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GASOLINE PRICES NEVER HAVE TO SAY THEY ARE SORRY

Gasoline is costing you and me more and more each day. It is possible that a tiny country in South America might eventually help lower our gasoline price, and, at the same time, eliminate much of it’s terrible poverty. The country is Guyana and I’ve become interested in it because it is where my audiobook  Continue Reading »

MURDER, DEATH AND A 1 CENT MAGENTA STAMP

In 1856, in British Guyana, there was a major communications gap. A valuable shipment of postage stamps from the mother country, England, had not arrived. There was no way to mail anything to anyone in British Guyana or anywhere else. This was 52 years before William Beebe established his Tropical Research Station in British Guyana,  Continue Reading »