Panama 2018: Miraflores Locks

I never really tire of watching ships go through the Miraflores locks. I’ve read many of the books about the construction of the Canal, and when I look at the ships moving through, I think of all the lives and all the heroic effort that went into building this.

Michael, Bob and Candy are first time Panama visitors. Sally has come each of the ten years I’ve been here since first rediscovering Minga in the village.

Sally and Michael.

Bob Levy, first Panama trip.

Ship leaving the Miraflores Locks entering Gatun Lake.

Two ships leaving Miraflores Locks.

Small elite cruise ship going through.

Candy Levy, Class of ’67.

Built in 1913.

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