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31st March
2013
written by Ricky Hanson

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Happy Easter!!!

 

5th March
2013
written by Ricky Hanson

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Hugo Chavez, Crazy President Of Venezuela Died Today

24th January
2013
written by Ricky Hanson

Ricky Hanson Santana House Madeira Portugal

 Santana is famous for its traditional homes with bungalow rooftops that are made out of straw that extend down to the ground, making them triangular in shape.

Ricky Hanson Santana House

They are mainly rural houses, used by farmers in the past. These houses have white walls with red doors and windows and blue trim. Most of these houses are tourist attractions. The straw roofs are renovated every four to five years.

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1st January
2013
written by Ricky Hanson

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Happy New Year from Ricky Hanson, here’s to a great 2013!!!

 

20th December
2012
written by Ricky Hanson

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Ricky Hanson watches Porto Santo Live Cam, click here

I want to be here, nice and warm.

6th August
2012
written by Ricky Hanson

Yup, Ricky Hanson took that over a year ago, can you beleive it.

This place is beautiful. I wanna go back now.

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28th May
2012
written by Ricky Hanson

Happy Memorial Day, Thank You for Your Service to Our Country!!!

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5th May
2012
written by Ricky Hanson

Happy Cinco de Mayo from me, RickyHanson

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31st December
2011
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25th November
2011
written by Ricky Hanson

Just enjoyed watching A Very Gaga Thanksgiving. Hope it becomes an annual tradition.

29th October
2011
written by Ricky Hanson


The first snow of the year, in October, I’m used to this in Maine, but in Pennsylvania its a little crazy.

30th August
2011
written by Ricky Hanson

Still no cable, and seen everything on dvd, soooo we watched Thomasina, a Disney classic that I had, but never watched. I don’t ever remember seeing it growing up either. It was pretty good, even after all these years.

28th August
2011
written by Ricky Hanson

This is the flooding we experienced after hurricane Irene. The baseball field is a river, the basketball and tennis courts are swimming pools, the play area is in the creek, and our street is under water. My building is now on a small island and there is no way out, no electricity, no cable and no internet. Our cell phones are all unable to find a connection. Good thing I’m a Mainer and know what to do in these situations. Evacuation bags are packed and stowed in the windowless bathroom, the bathtub is full of water, fridge and freezer are full of ice and food, plenty of candles, a gas stove, flashlights and batteries, radio and batteries, personal dvd player is all charged up. My ipod is charged and connecting to some super slow phantom wireless internet connection, I have no idea where it’s coming from, it was never here before, but it at least lets me check twitter and see a few videos of what’s going on outside our little island.

28th August
2011
written by Ricky Hanson

SEPTA will cease all operations at 12:30 a.m. Sunday in anticipation of heavy rain and wind from Hurricane Irene. First time ever in history. (They stopped it an hour and a half early because of the bad weather, sucks for people who thought they had till 12:30am, hope noone was stranded as a result.)

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