Flying with Uncle Nate

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She flew so high, she flew right out of my camera frame.

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More Love Letters to Quito

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We spent a lot of time in parks while in Quito. The city is dotted with them, the kids enjoyed exploring, running and playing, and it was a good way to burn off the energy.

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Also, Ecuadorians really value family, so all the parks had facilities for kids, including this fun one at Parque Metropolitano.

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And how lovely was it to be able to enjoy the outdoors in December?

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The seasons north of the equator are beautiful, but I must say, I sure do appreciate a life without winter and the oppressive heat and humidity of summer.

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Quito has seasons, but they’re rainy season and dry season. The temperature ranges between 45 degrees (8 C) to 65 degrees (19 C) the whole year.

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In my book, that’s pretty much perfect.

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And leaves room for lots of sweet cousin time (and father-in-law/brother-in-law time).

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