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... with a focus on recharging my immune system & rebuilding my physical strength.
I appreciate the light that shines in each of you for helping me through this challenging time. Thank you Phyllis for expertly guiding me to find “a light within” when there is darkness in our lives.
As winter begins,"become the light." May you find light in your holidays, live light, and be a light for those around you.
... Europe and Eastern Europe, through Turkey, Georgia and the Russian “Stans” all the way to India. From India, Sri Lanka, through Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, China, Japan and back to London via Russia, and then Germany and France. Hundreds of thousands of readers have been privileged to travel with him on “The Great Railway Bazaar.” In 2006, 30 years later, Paul wonders “how has the world changed? and recreates the trip ...
... the 16th century when Montreal was first settled. We made our way to 'Downtown' where we enjoyed lunch. I tried a local dish called Pontine. It was basically, a bowl of fries, gravy and melted cheese. You then choose additional toppings. I chose a smoked deli meat. It sounds gross, but was really tasty!
After lunch we walked through the main street to the Arts and Entertainment precinct and on through the Latin Quarter back to the patisserie for ...
Today was a good day exploring Vermont. We saw lots of great covered bridges. Designed like this to stop the bridges getting icy and also to preserve their longevity. We stopped at the Bridge of Flowers, saw glacial potholes, iconic white churches and generally some beautiful driving. No festival in Woodstock but enjoying the tranquil town! Next stop New ...
... was like an artist's palette of red, russet, yellow and copper, punctuated by evergreens. We passed Tupper Lake, where the sun was trying to break through the clouds, and the colorful line of trees was reflected, doubling the WOW factor! Reaching higher elevations we saw quaking aspen in the their golden glory. What enchanting scenery!
We were impressed with signs ...