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Isolation Antidotes (29): As the Risk Falls

Our Prime Minister has judged that, after nearly three weeks with no new cases of the dreaded virus, she was able to reduce our risk factor to Level 1 as of midnight last night. Seniors are, however, still strongly advised … Continue reading

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Isolation Antidotes (10): A Glimpse of Glenbarrow

Okay, Sherman, set the Wayback Machine for the 27th of April, 2000. (I know that I have a few followers out there who will appreciate the reference, but it’s not really essential to the post.) I was in the Republic … Continue reading

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Isolation Antidotes (8): Turtle in the Tumbling Twilight

For my eighth isolation post, let me take you back to a place that helped me to retain my sanity while upper management moved my work group from Omaha, Nebraska, to Washington, DC for nearly the last three years of … Continue reading

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Melancholy Monday: Lungshan

Considering what I might bring you of a melancholy nature on this calm Monday, an afternoon in Taiwan in the spring of 2005 floated to the top. I was having a free day of exploration between entrance meetings and the … Continue reading

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Tweaking Tuesday: A Waitak wander (Part 1)

I’ve been back at home again for almost a full day, thanks to a journey from New Zealand that took nearly 28 hours.  I was finally able to get out into the real bush the day before my departure.  We … Continue reading

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A walk in the Waitaks

Well, I’ve been back in New Zealand for almost two weeks, and it’s way past time that I send a report. Most of my time has been taken up with family matters, especially handyman stuff for our daughters, but we … Continue reading

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Seasonal dichotomy

I am very happy to be able to send out another post, at long last, and expect to provide more in the very near future.  I returned from my seven weeks in New Zealand just a few days ago and … Continue reading

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Dry Falls, revisited

My friend Adrian has asked for a monochrome version of the detail photo that I included in my last post.  I’m only too happy to oblige, and it was great fun to work further with this image.  Thanks for your … Continue reading

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Serenity Sunday: Dry Falls

Just three weeks ago, while my brother was showing us around some of his favorite back roads in the Nantahala (nan-ta-HAY-la) National Forest near the town of Highlands in western North Carolina, I was able to re-visit a place on … Continue reading

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Spring back (10)

Here we go again.  See-saw spring.  It snowed again today.  So here’s another flashback to springs past.  I was hoping I wouldn’t have to post another one, but there it is, and I must, after all.  This one takes us … Continue reading

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