Guess what folks, particularly those who have downloaded and read our previous publication, New England And Canada In Their Autumn Splendor? When we booked the cruise, the agent offered my wife and I a gift, a week for no charge at a fine resort in Mexico. It seemed too good to be true, but we gladly accepted her kind offer and unanimously demanded Cancún, as my wife and the children wished to experience the Hispanic New Year, while I wished to perhaps master the many steps of a Maya pyramid, rather a risky endeavor. It’s better that we went in December and January, rather than July, because at that later time in the year, the Yucatán is so hot and humid Yucatán.
There are two things regarding me that the reader must understand. One, I am of partial Cherokee blood, as evidenced by the photograph on the right of my Daddy and his grandmother, ca 1923, who was of full blood and a member of the Eastern Cherokee Nation. Two, I am a lover of trees and forests. It concerns me that developing countries are rapidly destroying rain forests to create more space for agriculture. I honestly believe that increasing deforestation is contributing to global warming every bit as much as greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, Chapter 1 is entitled The War On Terrorism. Ca 1492 and Chapter 2 is entitled Rain Forests.
The Introductory Video, It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere, by Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffet, was legally purchased and downloaded from the iTunes Store for the express purpose of inclusion in this publication. The songs, Dancing Cheek To Cheek, by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, and Fly Me To The Moon, by Frank Sinatra, were also legally purchased and downloaded from the iTunes Store for the express purpose of inclusion in this publication.