Crossland Economy Studios - Durham - Research Triangle Park
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... 2nd floor in a glass domed coach. The seats were like the most comfortable reclining chairs and when I first sat down I thought I could easily take a nap - no way- I couldn't close my eyes for a minute- it was too beautiful. The aisles were wide and there was an outdoor observation deck between each car and we could get up and walk around as much as we wanted to. I brought my book of course and I read about 3 pages in 8 hours- there was just too much to see. we saw ...
... from an animal called a musk ox - the animal sheds its wool and the native women collect the wool and weave it into caps and scarves. it is softer than angora, warmer than wool and washable. unfortunaley it is rare and very expensive- a simple cap costs about $200. It is only sold in one shop in Ankorage and and it is a way the native women make some extra money. We would have loved to be able to buy each of you something ...
... just spent the last month daily with Shivabalayogi with meny many hours of meditation and am as wide open as I can be. Foolishly I left home without vibhuti or protecting myself with sandal wood oil which is what I do when I go among crowds of people. So the night was filled with images of people often uncomfotable people.
This morning I sprinkled the room with sandlwood oil mixed with water and ...
6 AM, our latest adventure begins. This morning we fly to Boston then one to Reyjkavik, Iceland. After a few days in Iceland, we head to Switzerland for a couple of weeks
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... Carolina got into my DNA while I did a year's internship in Columbia, S.C.
I got in with the staff in the recreation therapy department at the Wlm.S. Hall Psychiatric Institute. I learned: always make friends with the people who are into recreation. (I’m not sure the degree or the job title still exists in America). But in 1974, it was alive and well and every weekend was ...
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