The Iguana Man
I’m a retired Software Systems Theorist (applied Systems) who worked as a Software Engineer for most of my adult professional life. I have also been a housing/commercial and individual business developer working in the field of construction and capital formation.
I retired from Silicon Valley in 2003 with my last job being in San Francisco for one of the large banks in the US.
I was on the Staff for the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System when Alan Greenspan was the Chairman in the late 1980′s through 1990.
I have always been fascinated with the idea of driving the Pan-American Highway. I am really looking forward to the trip.
After living in Mexico during the early 1980′s and more recently in the early 2000′s, I have picked up a smattering of Spanish and understanding of the cultures of the area. I have spent time in Nicaragua, Panama and Costa Rica.
The other goal I have is to travel the complete length of the Amazon River before I get too feeble to make the trip. Ah, the future.
As always, Blonde is more ambitious than I, so she started this Blog.
We intend to be uploading photos and HD video of the trip and of course, commentary about the trip.
Hope some of you will follow us and link us to other pages so those who like adventure will be able to see how much fun life can be when you aren’t 18 years old anymore.
~ Iguana Man