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DETROIT: Cruisin' Gratiot....

In a yet to be revitalized area of the city, the Assumption Of The Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church has been standing on this very spot since 1847, today it is better known as… 759 more words

Visit

Overnight at Ha Long Bay

Continued from… Visiting Hanoi

The next day, my friends and I hired a car to take us to Ha Long Bay, a world heritage site with its 1600 islands and islets of limestone formed over millions of years. 359 more words

Travel

“May: the lilacs are in bloom. Forget yourself.”

Yesterday my irrigation guy came to turn on the lawn water and the outdoor shower. He told me I wouldn’t be taking a shower for a while. 456 more words

Musings

137/366: The grotto

Back when I was younger (many many many years ago) the grotto was a local landmark with water we would happily drink from. As the years wore on it was vandalised and fell into disrepair. 87 more words

Running

Evil Enya: Kahli Carter interviewed

The first time I met Kahli Carter we were in a friend’s kitchen. She was baking an upside-down pear cake, deeply lost in her cooking as an overwhelming symphony cranked through the speakers of her red portable radio. 1,659 more words

Melbourne

So phony it looks silly...

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Fake grotto across the river.

Where is this?

Geotagging fake geology…
Be a part of the QScouts and contribute to the Museum. The QScout account is… 35 more words

Rock

Get a Real Job

Whenever I tell people I am an artist, either I don’t believe myself, or they’re giving off an air of, “No you’re not, you need to live in a grotto with a straw hat painting squonky pictures of your bedroom in painterly blobs in order to be considered a real artist.” or “why do you paint flowers? 921 more words

Art