Our Trip to Honduras – Filming a Documentary – Day 13

    Day 13- Tuesday, May 8   It’s hard to believe that our filmmaking adventure in this amazing country has come to an end. What you see on the news about Honduras, are the reports of crime, violence, and political strife. Sound familiar? But when you...

Our Trip to Honduras – Filming a Documentary – Day 12

Day 12 - Monday May 7   The birds woke me up at about 4 o’clock this morning, but I tried to ignore them and go back to sleep. Shortly thereafter, I started hearing the neighbors playing their music and some sort of loud metal banging noise, that I now realize is...

Our Trip to Honduras – Filming a Documentary – Day 11

Day 11 - Sunday May 6   Today was a mixture of emotions. I am anxious to get back to my family, my bed, and a good night’s sleep. However, I will miss my friends here in Mabita. This morning, we went over to Santiago’s house, and he played two songs for us on the...

Our Trip to Honduras – Filming a Documentary – Day 10

Day 10 - Saturday, May 5th   Today is the last day we will be with our friends in the beautiful village of Mabita, Honduras. We begin our 3 day journey back to the United States tomorrow, and so today we want to make the most of our time here! This morning, at...

Our Trip to Honduras – Filming a Documentary – Day 9

    Day 9 - Friday, May 4   Today was one if the hottest and muggiest days we’ve spent here. Perhaps because the sun was out almost all day. Silas and I stayed in the camp and worked, while Art went out with the nest check crew on a half-day mission. He...

Our Trip to Honduras – Filming a Documentary – Day 8

  Day 8 - Thursday, May 3rd Today was probably the easiest day we’ve had since we arrived here. We started our day up with the sunrise, filming scarlet macaws flying all over camp.We are definitely getting better at capturing them in flight. I got some decent shots...

Our Trip to Honduras – Filming a Documentary – Day 7

    Day 7 - Wednesday 5/2/18 The interview with Santiago went well. Santiago is a very vocal person, and is very passionate about his village, their culture, and the macaws. He explained that when he was a child, and his family first came to Mabita, the...

Our Trip to Honduras – Filming a Documentary – Day 6

    Day 6- Tuesday 5/1/18 Today is a much more relaxing day, as we only have three things we really need to film today. First, the crew is going to go out on another nest check mission, with the goal of wrapping up a few shots we weren’t able to get the...

Our Trip to Honduras – Filming a Documentary – Day 5

    Day 5- Monday 4/30/18 It is very hard to sleep here, not because the beds are uncomfortable, but because the boys are snoring next door, and the animals make noise at all hours of the night. Anyone who knows me well, knows that I need complete silence...

Our Trip to Honduras – Filming A Documentary – Day 4

Day 4- Sunday 3/29/18 Bright and early, the macaws, both the great green macaws and the scarlet macaws, wake us up with their morning songs, (along with the chickens, cows, and other local animals)! We fixed ourselves a breakfast of eggs and tortillas, and then went...

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