From the monthly archives: April 2013

Bordeaux, France. It’s been chilly since we arrived with scattered clouds and spectacular bursts of sunshine that explode upon the brilliantine facades of the Royal Palace and other government buildings that form the famous Port of the Moon entry to Bordeaux along the crescent docks of the Garonne River. And, yes, that is water you […]

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A Single Step…

April 21, 2013 by

That’s how all journeys begin, right? A single step. Well…maybe journeys of long ago if you were traveling on foot and not taking anything with you or leaving anything behind. Otherwise, no! Modern journeys, especially journeys of multiple weeks, take a hell of a lot of work to put together. The journey Annette and I […]

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The Hand Of Man

April 14, 2013 by

“There is special providence in the fall of a sparrow…” so says Hamlet when he accepts his fate and admits that his life is guided by powers beyond his control, by the Christian God himself who watches over everything that happens on Earth, everything from the grand actions of Kings and Princes like Hamlet to […]

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See Ya At The Movies…

April 8, 2013 by

It’s a somber Sunday morning here in Los Angeles. Cloudy. Windy. Chilly. It feels like a gray Fall day instead of a Spring morning. And yet, the birds sing. The trees are bright green and young again. The roses bloom in our front yard. Such optimism from the natural world is reassuring. It gives the […]

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Hello All, Today I’m posting the last chapter of my novel, High Pocket…a modern-day gold mining adventure story I’ve been serializing for nearly two years. For those of you who have been here from the beginning, I want to thank you for your interest and persistence. I hope the journey has been worth it. Please […]

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