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Day Two Hundred Fifty #DiaryoftheEndoftheWorld

Found my walled courtyard easily enough. It is nestled among still standing buildings in the otherwise leveled East End. Having landmarks to go by prevented me from wasting the whole day looking for it. 51 more words

Diary Of The End Of The World

Haunting Season

I’m lost
To the four winds,
Scattered ashes,
Windblown leaves on an autumn breeze.
Longing to be a memory that makes it
Through the darkness of this dying season… 21 more words

Poetry

Long Branch Campground, Center Hill Lake, TN

Our first “official” trip (if we don’t count the drive home from Texas and overnight at Walmart in Arkansas!) was to the Caney Fork River, just below the Center Hill Lake Dam in Tennessee. 182 more words

Blessed Be.

This morning I awoke to crisp air on my face, birds singing from their sanctuary with the occasional, “who-who” echoing in the distance.

This morning I awoke thinking of evolution, change, things growing, things leaving, new arenas and endless possibilities. 264 more words

7 must-try beers from Vancouver Craft Beer Week

Vancouver Craft Beer Week has once again come and gone, and with a number of well attended events, it’s fair to say that 2016 may have been the event’s best year yet. 462 more words

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Lakota Four Winds Pipes

Four Winds

The Four Winds are evoked in many Lakota ceremonies. The Four Winds are all wakan. Wakan is a Lakota word which represents mysterious powerful beings or spirits. 289 more words

Native American

Zephyr

There are four brothers. They struggle to get along with each other, due to more than a little sibling rivalry. Three of them like to cause trouble. 660 more words

Human Behavior