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Saving my sanity through baking in Malta


Attard, Malta

There’s a certain kind of malaise one experiences when injury struck in a foreign country away from their friends and family.

From what I hoped was a simple sprain turned into what I had feared – a torn plantar fascia that will leave me unable to walk, let alone climb, for the next few weeks. 143 more words

On The Road

Alive and Kicking

From the exhibition ‘Alive and Kicking’ @The Signal Arts Centre, Bray in Ireland – Curated by Tony Clarke
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unfortunately I could not be there but I hope you enjoy the photos and it was a joy to participate – the theme of the exhibition is ‘Memories’ 10 more words

Digital Art

Cycling the East Coast of Vancouver Island

Cycling out of Telegraph Cove with a threat of yet more rain a curious Black Bear stops in front of me on the road to check me out. 1,038 more words

Travel Blog

The hidden history of marijuana

Chris Bennett recently posted a 30-minute documentary of Michael Horowitz describing the resurgence of cannabis use in Europe in the early 1800s, something sparked by Napoleon’s invasion of the Orient. 566 more words

Culture

tatouage

| tattoo (masculine noun) | /tatwaʒ/

If you who follow me on social media sites, you’re aware of my recent tattoo: “mad to live.” The quote hails from Jack Kerouac’s  350 more words

Pre-France Life

A visit to Gobbler's Knob

Last week while I was trekking east, we made a quick detour in Punxsutawney, PA, the home of Phil the weather-predicting groundhog. We stopped in the adorably quaint downtown before heading south toward Gobbler’s Knob, the wooded location where hundreds flocked each Feb. 217 more words

On The Road

Dreams, from Key Biscayne

Come down off Bear Cut Bridge at 7:30 in a September morning, the early light golden and moist with the promise of rain. You’re heading south into Key Biscayne, … 558 more words

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