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Leaves of red and brown leather

The hill I work on is covered with oaks, chestnuts, maples, and probably a couple more deciduous trees. In the summer it’s nice, because we have a great deal of shade. In the autumn it’s beautiful as we go from … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: Banteay Srei

Remember a couple days ago, I was talking about my mental problems in Afghanistan, and how there were a couple trips that I wasn’t fully invested in as a result? This trip, which included Bali, Siem Reap, and Singapore, was … Continue reading

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Caged Wine, Konyári Pince, Balatonlelle, Hungary

There is something about seeing the huge cages full of wine in a winery’s warehouse that makes me believe the world is a good place. A farmer has followed a tradition going back 9000 years or more, growing grapes, harvesting … Continue reading

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Getting very close and soft

  I’ve been exploring the inner pathways of my mind for the past few months, meaning to write a post…I am also behind on my newsletter by a couple months…but, of course, every delay means the next post needs to … Continue reading

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Roses at Lake Ochrid

It’s a long drive across Macedonia to Lake Ochrid, where part of the border between Macedonia and Albania is, from Skopje, but it’s well worth the trip. Once you get there, you’re treated to a gorgeous lake and restaurants that … Continue reading

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