Desert Inn at Loreto
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... magic, not places to fear.
I am exhilarated by the journey between a home I have lived in for twenty-two years and that still stands in my consciousness awaiting my return -- and a home I am settling into ever more deeply here. C and I are also into the space of creating next, a "next" much bigger than this "twelve months away," and this is a conversation more focused on what than where. I am between a vocation I have practiced for ...
... that make us feel vulnerable] as road signs or barometers that tell us we're in touch with groundlessness, then we would see the feelings for what they really are: the gateway to liberation, an open doorway to freedom, the path to our deepest well-being and joy. . . So the challenge is to notice the emotional tug of shenpa when it arises and to stay with it for one and a half minutes without the story line. This is the ...
Town square preparations are underway for Christmas concerts, conversations with Santa, the Internado Posado.
Gabriel at El Gavilan (a small shop specializing in dried foods) offers mole making instructions, unpacks fresh dates, pleases gringos with other grains and dried fruit.
A black Naugahyde couch is pulled into the town square for Santa. A fire engine delivers Santa.
Trees around the square are hung ...
... is late enough in the year for swimming holes at canyon trail ends to have largely disappeared.
So I collect hikers' notes, talk with others about their treks and their climbs, and buy the latest guide books, including technical explanations offered by the palaeontologists who are making fresh discoveries every season in Baja. Some year I will become a Taborite too. After that, I will probably want to return ...
... now on our counter, in preparation.
Then a day or two later, Catherine and I will turn to tamale making: a day to prepare the filling, another day to prepare the masa and husks and do the stuffing, wrapping and tying. It may be our Japanese neighbour who we invite to share tamales on Christmas Eve!
We are going to town today to search for a bird: if not a small turkey (expensive here), then a fine big organic roasting chicken. We will cook that on the ...