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Rock making

Hands on volunteering, helping create papier-mâché and UV reactive rocks for Jennifer Taylor’s twilight sci-fi landscape used for her theatrical performances.

Replying to alluring email from G39 about volunteering opportunity, Morgan and I appeared in a fun and dynamic workshops creating masses of light rocks using cardboard, bubble-wrap and covering them with PVA and tissue paper. 194 more words



ph. Grotta Gigante

Just north of Trieste is Borgo Grotta Gigante, home to one of the world’s largest tourist caves, second only to La Verna cave in south-western France.   440 more words

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Lebanon Trip 2012 - Revisited - Part 4

Our Lady of Lebanon

When I returned, my girlfriend’s mother came back and offered to take me up one of the nearby mountains to see the Our Lady of Lebanon statue (a very large statue of the virgin Mary). 917 more words

Paleokastritsa - Discovering Corfu Part 2

Corfu is an island rich in culture, nature, with many places to visit and explore. My family and I did a tour called ‘Discover Corfu… 473 more words


Dickeyville Grotto

On Sunday Sept. 10th, we went to Dickeyville, WI to the Dickeyville Grotto. We were already in the area on vacation (see my last post). Greg’s mother had been there 70 years ago when her sister went to school at Sinsinawa with the Dominican Sisters for 3 years. 646 more words

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