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Apostles | Mark

Back in February when we were preparing to move, I decided to take some time capture my day.  I posted some of those pictures in a blog already.   106 more words


The Boulder Statue

A weather-worn boulder in a courtyard in the alleys of the Lava City is the subject of countless tall tales. Some say it is a petrified half-giant wizard, the philosopher Almegos, died pondering a riddle on the nature of Truth (put to him by one of his giantish cousins, it is said) and turned to stone in death. 212 more words

Tomb Of The Pale Gate

Pocahontas: the Native American Princess Buried in Gravesend, Kent

Pocahontas was born circa 1596, near Jamestown, Virginia, U.S.A. and died in March 1617 in Gravesend, Kent, England. Her story has fascinated for 400 years, but how many people know that she is buried in the Garden of England, as Kent is known? 265 more words


Mellowed by Age and Weather

I enjoy re-purposing old garden statues for indoor use, the concrete ones, the ones that are shabby & rustic, that have acquired some level of weathered patina, a testament to a previous life outside. 162 more words



On the Skyline road from Abepura to Jayapura there are many vista points that sell fresh coconut. For a stunning view of the bay and a refreshing drink, this is a fun stop if you can find a decent parking spot. 14 more words

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