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Meandering Monday

How we will beat the high price of gasoline. Picture taken in rural Bulgaria.

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Meandering Monday

“Las Manos de la Hermandad” (Hands of Brotherhood) As the year 2012 ends and 2013 begins, we look back upon a year of war, civil unrest, economic upheaval and general discord between people. Today’s picture is of the Hands of … Continue reading

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Meandering Monday

Taxi? As I rush about on the day before Christmas, I think about calling a taxi. That reminds me of the latest in air conditioned taxis I saw on a trip to Faiasalbad in Pakistan. The temperature this day was … Continue reading

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Meandering Monday

Joy! At this time of year we can become so busy that we can forget what joy is. There is a kaleidoscope of advertising enticing us to obtain and to give more, as if somehow that will give us joy. … Continue reading

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Meandering Monday

As I sit and look out at the early dark that December brings to us, my mind drifts away to other locations. Watching the sun set on a beach in Acapulco seems like a nice place to let the mind … Continue reading

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Meandering Monday – Ger

Today the weather on Vancouver Island was a little cool, about 8 C for a high. Rather than think that the weather wasn’t nice, I thought about a nice sunny day with the temperature about -30 C. Just like a … Continue reading

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Meandering Monday

On Vancouver Island one needs to be alert to the deer that roam our woods, and cities. The deer feel that they have the right of way, and will wander in front of your car without checking for traffic. This … Continue reading

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Meandering Monday

On Mondays I will be posting pictures of places that I have been, that have some meaning to me. We are all a product of where we have been, where we are and where we will be. We cannot change … Continue reading

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