My father was a Cajun. He grew up on the banks of the Mississippi River about 10 miles upriver from New … Continue reading Learning from Amazonas
It’s been many years (50+?) since I read Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, but there is one aspect of it that I … Continue reading Companions on the Way
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