Diane Putnam

Diane Putnam

Posted on 10/02/2017


Photo taken on October  2, 2017



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Mariscos Puerto Azul

Mariscos Puerto Azul 

The strange back-alley entrance to Blue Port Seafood. Closed in 2013. This is how it looked at night (from their old Facebook page):


NOT my photo - see note above.

Henk Bouwers, Patrice Leydier, Andy Rodker and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


6 comments - The latest ones
Edward Bowthorpe
Edward Bowthorpe
Great shot Diane,eddie,
2 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Edward Bowthorpe
Thank you, Eddie!
2 weeks ago.
Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker
A shame, I suppose. All businesses such as this have at their heart an idea, a vision, a family to support and when it all goes horribly wrong ... I always shudder at the consequences. I know . I have been through the odd bankruptcy, foreclosure, repossession, etc. etc.
My only saving grace is that I came away from a divorce without kids to support. A bittersweet result perhaps!
2 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Andy Rodker
The "architecture" of our plans is so fragile, isn't it? As individuals we're quite resilient...although during life's catastrophes we don't think we are! It's probably safe to say that everyone here has gotten through nightmares large and small. I raise my hand for enough of them to be satisfied with an almost completely uneventful life, now. ;-b

Regarding small businesses, restaurants in this country have something like an 80% fail rate. It's brutal.
2 weeks ago.
Pam J
Pam J
The fate of so many.
2 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam has replied to Pam J
Yes, it is, but I'm sure this family is still in town being highly productive doing something else, as are most Mexican immigrants!
2 weeks ago.