September 27 – 28, Pamplona to Puente La Reina Forgotten Photo of our Entrance to Zubiri We’d originally planned to just hike 8 miles or so each day the first week to get ourselves into shape. That plan flew out the window our first couple of days as we followed our primary guide book, Hiking […]
Nine days floating along with the tide and trade winds. I went where I was led by intuition most days, and discovered new places, new people, did new things; isn’t that what travel is all about? I’ve just returned and have a camera full of photos that need to be worked on; the photo above […]
Today’s guest picture is a very fleeting shot of a scampering squirrel taken on his phone by our son Tony. Not the clearest of shots but quite a triumph to get one at all under the circumstances. October started in a rather disappointing way and this view from our upstairs window summed up the day […]
For our third and final day driving in the Westfjords, we had a relaxed start (for us anyway), because I knew that most of the driving would be on paved roads, and there weren’t many stops to make. So we were in no hurry to get going. It gave us the opportunity to enjoy a […]
While teaching English to communist party officials in post-war Laos, Kathryn Kefauver Goldberg reflects on silence and the legacy of trauma.
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Before sharing with you the latest CDC weekly numbers, the direction of the Community United For Health And Prevention would like to inform its followers the intention to develop strategies aiming at raising funds to put the organization on its feet. To achieve these goals, we need the help of the people, the media, the […]