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at the crossroads

I find a comfortable spot to perch
at the crossroads.
My dogs mill about, running down scents
of critters, small and furry.
Dust settles as the evening stars rise, 115 more words



Our headlines are dominated these days by IRAN and other countries in the MIDDLE EAST – most of the news is about war, how to avoid it or accelerate it.  245 more words


New Orleans ~ St. Louis Cemetery No. 1

We took a carriage ride from the French Quarter to St. Louis Cemetery No. 1. It is one of three cemeteries belonging to parishioners of the great cathedral on Jackson Square in the French Quarter. 301 more words

New Orleans

Gyeongju | History and Cherry Blossom Festival

SPRING IS HERE PEOPLE!  I am determined to savor every fleeting beauty it offers.  I have never been more conscious of weather than I am here in Korea.  796 more words



We arrived off a night bus from Hanoi around 8am. The sleeper bus we took was a different set up than our 27-hour one, with 3 distinct rows of seats. 1,035 more words


Gardens in ancient Egypt

This weekend was the Weinberg Lecture of Egyptology, held at the Museum once a year. Around 180 people came out on this lovely North Carolina spring Sunday (that would be the equivalent of a lovely Québec summer day) to hear Danish Egyptologist Dr. 108 more words