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New Week, Flashback Images Bob In Africa

Some of the collected during Bob's sojourn in the Congo.
Some of the collected during Bob’s sojourn in the Congo.
Comgolese River lady stopped for a photo opportunity with a smile and a Conglolese Franc.
Congolese River lady stopped for a photo opportunity with a smile and a Franc.
Locals just outside of Stanleyville in the Congo!
Locals just outside of Stanleyville in the Congo! Bob on the left and Dr. Eugene Weiss on the right. Handed off Brownie camera with Agfa B&W film 1962.
Pygmy women and girls in the Ituri Rain Forest in the Congo. A few miles from where we first saw a very wild  gorilla. We stayed and broke "bread" (roast snake) with some members of a family group of Pygmies. I hunted with them too (see story in my book: "Africa on a Pin & a Prayer)."
Pygmy women and girls in the Ituri Rain Forest in the Congo. A few miles from where we first saw a very wild gorilla. We stayed and broke “bread” (roast snake) with some members of a family group of Pygmies. I hunted with them too (see story in my book: “Africa on a Pin & a Prayer).”
Going up, up, up towards the Ituri Rain Forest where Mountain Gorillas and Pygmies lived.
Going up, up, up towards the Ituri Rain Forest where Mountain Gorillas and Pygmies lived.
Monkey meat salesman standing on the road to barter!
Monkey meat salesman standing on the road to barter!

 

Snow! So? Today, There is So Much Hype Due to the Need by Main Stream Media for Content!

Chicken Kabobs, roasted my way, Hummus and Pita Bread!  WOW!!!
Snowing out? kick on the little gas grill cube up some Chicken Kabobs, roast!  Add some Hummus and Pita Bread! Simple and all the family would love this on a cold, snowy day!

APtravelnews-January 23rd-PSL FL.-“Bob and Barb Not On the Road Again.” Today, if we were up north of FL.what and how would we handle the weather? Barb and I lived in NY and Vermont for many years and we saw lots of snow including some heavy blizzards. What did we do? We hunkered down with our kids, went sleigh riding,

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Gulf Anglers Meet to Set Future of Red Snapper Management

Wednesday, January 20, 2016
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APtravelnews-1/20–Important Fishing Release received that effects all Gulf anglers: Broad representation of recreational fishing community interests strategize on key management issues in New Orleans, La-Representatives from the recreational fishing community recently met for their second in-person meeting to plan strategies for addressing current and future Gulf of Mexico red snapper management challenges. The two-day meeting, facilitated by Florida State University’s FCRC Consensus Center, produced constructive discussion on Gulf red snapper and reef fish management as a whole, as well as consensus positions on two timely issues facing federal fishery managers.

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