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Is this the world's oldest secret code?

When I was a child I would often sit and doodle, drawing interconnected geometric shapes, zig-zags and squiggles, until I had filled an entire sheet of paper with amazingly intricate patterns.   113 more words


Flight Plan—His is Better than Mine!

Something strange has happened to the world of flight. Instead of gazing transfixed out the window at the earth below, most people—even those with prized window seats—tend to pull down their window shutters so they can’t even see out, preferring to watch videos or sleep. 705 more words

Encouragements For Living

Updated: Partner in the Distant Fields!

The work in the Distant Fields continues. Take a look at the updated “Partner in the Distant Fields page.” Read brief updates from war-torn Ukraine, northern Russia, the Middle East, and the Republic of Georgia. 21 more words

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Daytripping by dog sled

By Peter Johansen

When will it snow so I can go dogsledding?

No need to wait. Timberland Tours offers year-round dogsledding. Owner Denis Rozon, who’s been mushing since he was a tyke, will hitch up a team and whisk you along six kilometres of professionally designed trails on his property near Bristol, Quebec.  708 more words


Lake Baikal (August 29)

This summer trip was all about the journey, but there was one destination that determined the path of the journey, and that was Lake Baikal… 568 more words