That would be pronounced "ar-di-ya," of course, except in Argentina, where it would be pronounced "ar-di-zsha." (My older son lives in Buenos Aires, and when he visits me in Costa Rica people think he is Argentine rather than a Norte Americano, which makes me proud that his Spanish pronunciation must be very good if his Argentine accent is stronger than his American accent.)
On our Viva la Voyage travel photo site this week we are showing photos from a recent visit of mine to the Hotel Del Coronado in Coronado, California. Come take a look at the Victorian charm and ideal beach weather.
Wonderful shot, Dave. Love the texture and color of tree and squirrel.
He's a cute little guy with that black stripe down his back.
he looks kind of rodent like
He's better looking than my squirrels but I still wouldn't trust him not to try and raid my birdfeeder!
Cute as they appear to be, I have no lost love for squirrels. It's hard to out-squirrel them at our bird feeder! I think they're just a plain menace. When in Santa Fe this past winter it was delightful watching the birds at our feeder with nary a squirrel around!! Less expensive too!
Very nice shot,he's a cute little thing!
very beautiful photo; bravo
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