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... a wide raised cement walkway along the water that was crowded with people doing exactly as we were. We could see pleasure boats moving up and down the water—not sure if it a river or a bay—and watch the light show on the buildings on the other side of the water. There was a lovely 'living wall’ as we came down the staircase that consisted of hundreds of small plants with different colored leaves planted in ...
... of what the Camino is all about.
So on New Year’s Eve about 10 p.m. I plugged my laptop into my widescreen TV and started watching. About the time I heard fireworks going off at midnight I was watching the part where the four pilgrims are getting to the Cathedral of Saint James. I watched what I could see of the fireworks from my house, finished the movie and by the time I went to bed early morning Jan. 1, 2014, I had joined the ...
... I had imagined, my brother rang me and we chatted to the family some 4500 miles away with a crystal clear connection without any delay. My friend Fran was taking screen captures back in the UK and she would email them to me so that you can see one of them with this blog.
Back in Flagstaff again (we would return on Tuesday to meet a friend of mine), we took the 89A towards our destination for today in Prescott. Between here and there, we had some of the most ...
... as the furthest city from Kingston which means after San Diego we will be on our return trek home. Can that be possible already? There have certainly been moments in the truck with Clare screaming, the boys fighting, or Bruce and I disagreeing about directions that have made us want to head home early. Then you have a day like we had at Slide Rock and it makes all the work worth it!
... stream. So simple.... Other aspects of the place were a little wacky, too; both where I grew up and where I've lived for the last four years, erosion and oxidation and rust and decay all happen quickly. For example, huge trees that fall in the Northwestern forest quickly become spongy piles of delectable rot, that in turn nurse other seedlings. Any disturbance in the soil is quickly rained onto, washed away, leveled out, and/or buried ...
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