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Canoeing with Hippos and Crocodiles Along the Zambezi River

This guest post was written by Miriam Murcutt.

Miriam Murcutt is co-author with Richard Starks of several travel books including: ‘Along the River that Flows Uphill’ 1,780 more words

Travel

A polite song about Canada

Canadians are very proud of our astronaut, Commander Chris Hadfield, who has lived in space, recording music while he was there.  His brother Dave is also musical and they collaborated on a musical tribute to Canada.   32 more words

Canada

Make It A Double

My audiologist Leon and I decided to camp across the country between my spring and fall semesters of college. We were now in Wisconson – Land ‘o Lakes – and spent part of the day setting up our camp site. 300 more words

Camping

A jaunt in the 'ludicrously' good looking French countryside

We were lucky enough to be invited by my very kind Aunty & Uncle to join them, my cousin & her finance for a stay at the stunning French farmhouse ‘Le Cazal’. 266 more words

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Day 22 – One Foggy River Morning

I love rivers on foggy mornings. There’s something strangely chilling yet playful about misty apparitions teasing the surface of the water, touching here, floating away there, swirling like an immense troupe of arabesque dancers. 254 more words

Can this be England?!?

Late October on the lakes near my home and folks are coatless even in T shirts (and the canoeists were not the only ones) 15 degrees of pleasant sunshine. 17 more words

Thoughts

Cognitive Recognition

Throughout the week, I’ve been invested with the idea of Halloween coming soon. Many people are creating different ways to spook one another, whether it be through a scary story or movie, or a haunted house with a closer experience to the haunting. 148 more words

CognitiveRecognitions