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Archive for January, 2013

The Pros and Cons of Housesitting

Tom and I have been on the road for about two and a half years now. While our travels have taken us to five continents and 15 countries, we set out with the intention of biding our time in various select destinations, starting with Ecuador. We look at travel as a long distance event, not […]

City Girl Considers Horse Country

I was wondering this morning, as I was raking dung from around the legs of the three horses while they ate, “What kind of animal shits where it eats?” The three in my care for these couple of months are certainly free to go anywhere, as long as it is within the parameters of the […]

Paper Darts Magazine

  I’m belatedly discovering the art and lit magazine, Paper Darts.  This is certainly a function of being out of touch with the Minneapolis/St. Paul scene, which is forever active and evolving. I’ve yet to see a printed version, but have ordered the back issues for download, from the Store heading on the site. Today’s reading […]

Welcome New Year with 25,000-Year-Old Cave Art

Yesterday, after our second attempt visiting a nearby cave, Cueva Cullalvera, we got lucky and happened into a guided visit of another cave in the Ramales area, Cueva Covalanas. These and a half dozen others in this Cantabrian region of Spain were added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites in 2008. I didn’t […]

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