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Life in and around Balboa was quite idyllic for us, mainly because we lived close to many of the amenities available to Pan Canal Company employees. S. groceries and hardware and department store items, an Olympic-size swimming pool, lighted tennis courts, and a gym for basketball, volleyball, and square dancing. Pan Canal employees had all of this (and more) plus paid furloughs back to the States every couple of years. In addition, they received a “hardship” allowance on top of their regular salary for having to endure life in a disease-ridden tropical country.
The four weeks that we had planned to spend in Chiriquí passed quickly. As we moved into April, afternoon thundershowers became more frequent and harder, indicating that the dry season, the best time to preserve study skins of birds and mammals, was over. We packed up all of our gear on 10 April and drove thirteen hours back to the Canal Zone the next day, Easter Sunday. After repacking all of our specimens for air shipment to Washington, Frank and I said a friendly good-bye and went our separate ways.
Frank and I spent ten days in the Canal Zone before heading west to Chiriquí Province on our next collecting trip. , from visiting his ﬁeld crews in Venezuela. After completing most of his intended ﬁeldwork in Panama, Handley initiated a much more ambitious survey of the mammals and their ectoparasites of Venezuela, a much larger and more diverse country than Panama. During the period I was in Panama, he had two ﬁeld crews collecting mammals there. One crew was headed by two brothers, Arden and Merlin Tuttle, whose collecting abilities were legendary.