Like many people I have a complicated relationship with food. Food was always a part of annual celebrations of Easter, July … Continue reading It’s All about The Food
The change in our daily life has been dramatic. We have been privileged to visit some very isolated places on our … Continue reading Ordinary Time
The Rocky peaks of the land seem to emerge right out of the ocean and many of them are covered … Continue reading The Heart of Stone and Ice
I must admit that I have a hard time getting my head around the fact that we are in the … Continue reading Wonder-ful!
We flew into Cusco on a commercial flight in the morning, arriving around Noon. The 11, 000 ft altitude hit me … Continue reading Old Peak
A number of years ago, a good friend and colleague of mine almost died of spinal meningitis. When he fully recovered, … Continue reading Tourist or Pilgrim?
Note that pictures of our travels are posted on Facebook and although some will be included in these postings, many will not. If you want the full experience, please request me as your friend and that will give you access. David McCullough entitled his book on the Panama Canal, “The Path between the Seas”. It’s a long book … Continue reading The Path between the Seas
“She’s at sea.” It’s an expression that usually means she’s drifting, unsure of what to do next, perhaps confused with no … Continue reading At Sea
What does it mean to be “comfortable”? Comfortable is something that we all strive for, or at the very least, look … Continue reading What’s Your Comfort Zone?
When I was a school-age child my mother used to make most of my clothes. She was actually quite good at … Continue reading It’s New!