Tag Archives: travel

The road…

I left after work on Thursday, driving north for the last Silent Eye meeting before the April workshop. The sun was shining, the day was balmy… spring had, it seemed, finally sprung after the torrential rain that had battered the … Continue reading

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Chilean Open-Air Art – Cindy Knoke

Reblogged from Cindy Knoke: Chile is full of stunning street art. Throughout Chile, large and small towns, are decorated with amazing open-air art, that is valued by the country and citizenry. In Punta Arenas for example, the local government issued … Continue reading

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Messing about on boats – Pakistan style – Mary Smith

Reblogged from Mary Smith: Messing about on boats has never been my thing and when I went to work in a leprosy hospital in Pakistan sailing was not something in which I expected to participate. Karachi-ites, however, are proud of … Continue reading

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5000 year old discovery! #travel #India #humor – Barb Taub

Reblogged from Barb Taub: We witness a 5000 year old discovery! But first…we have to get out of bed. How we travel… [click image for previews, reviews, and buy links on Amazon] “Five and a half hours,” promised the SatNav. … Continue reading

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Guest author: D. G. Kaye – Twenty years after “I do”.

Thank you for having me over Sue to share a little about my newest book, Twenty Years: After “I Do” – Reflections on Love and Changes Through Aging, which was released in December 2017. This memoir touches on various aspects … Continue reading

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Yew – BART Station Bard

Reblogged from BART Station Bard: Ents at Kingley Vale   Yew. Deep peace of the Grove. Silence in the back of my head. Like the Druid’s tonsure, forbidden at Whitby. When the Wild Celtic Church was tamed, Rome had its … Continue reading

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The Schrödinger effect – Top 10 Sites 2017

A blog is designed to be read… and until it is, the words are no more than words; they take flight in the imagination or the writer, but once on the page, they remain silent until awakened by a reader. … Continue reading

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