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Impressions of the Camino Aragones

The second portion of my dabbler of Caminos, the Camino Aragones extends from the Col du Somport in the Pyrenees to Puente la Reina, an important stop along the Camino Frances.  664 more words


Those things physical

As I have aged over the past fifty or so years, I look back at the varying physical challenges that I have overcome. Many of my friends, Navy Seals, Army Rangers, and other special forces share these memories. 1,541 more words


Our first few days in the desert we went through the small Makhtesh and along the edge of the big Makhtesh (the small and big craters)!

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Phnom Penh, Cambodia

I stayed with my old au pair in her house in Phnom Penh, where I explored the river banks of the Mekong as well as local markets and restaurants. 25 more words


Pictures of Upstate New York. January, Frozen Puddles on Brink Hill.

This is my third winter this year.

It has something to do with hemispheres.

Sometimes I question the whole setup of this planet.   Why can’t we all just get along, and everyone could have winter at the same time? 928 more words

7 Wonders in Winter

An Oregonian’s guide to the 7 Wonders during the chilly months

SMITH ROCK: Here’s a little secret about Smith Rock State Park: It’s typically warmer and drier than the rest of Central Oregon. 933 more words