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There Is an "I" in "Community," But It's a Small One

Humbling experiences aren’t always fun. Or tasty. The other day, I had one that was both. I got together with a bunch of people to press apples into cider. 508 more words

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Confessions of an Imperfectionist, Part II

I have finished another landscape quilt, and I’m bursting with pride. Please, look at my pictures! But don’t look too close.

“The Enchantments”–based on my Happy Place in the central Cascades. 583 more words

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Hunted: Why My Book Would Be Banned in Russia

If you’ve been paying the slightest attention, you would know that Russia is not a good place to be gay right now. If you have any doubts, Ben Steele’s documentary, … 575 more words

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"So How Many Books Have You Sold?" Why Does That Question Make Me Tense?

Before I published The Flying Burgowski, the question that used to tense me up was “So, are you published?” Now that I’m an Official Author, this is the question that clenches my gut. 318 more words

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Bolsover | What I have learned

Sunrise on the water …

Franklin stove …

Lakes in all directions …

I was proud of this dinner – imaginative fritatta.

A smooth surface for sprints … … 996 more words

Cycling

Bolsover | Day # 10

Cycling in the area …

A cold front slid in overnight.  It’s cold.  9 Celsius.  But sunny.  After a quick breakfast, I was anxious to get on the road.  440 more words

Cycling

Deja-Vu and Cycling Zen in the Wild West

There’s every chance that the picture below will look slightly familiar.  Compare and contrast with the road picture in my last post.  Yes, there’s a tree in this one.  697 more words

Cycle Touring