Monthly Archives: November 2013

Hola Mexico

I am at my wit’s end trying to arrange text and photos. In edit mode, all looks good. But as soon as I click “publish”, it’s a mess. I am pulling my hair out, but I hop you enjoy anyway! … Continue reading

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Turkey-day

We left Bentonville this morning and are now in Waco, Texas. From the home of the Waltons to the home of George Bush. Crystal Ridges–the art museum in Bentonville–really is a spectacular place. The architecture, the landscaping, the exhibits themselves. … Continue reading

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The Town that Sam Built

ERRATA: The first black major league player was Jackie Robinson for the Brooklyn Dodgers. I have no idea where I got the idea that my brother chose to support the St. Louis Cardinals for this reason…but he confirms that I’m … Continue reading

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From somewhere in Missouri…

Following yesterday’s cloud theme, this is how we began the day. It was the last we saw of bright light during an otherwise dreary drive. The news here is full of weather stories and their impact on the upcoming Thanksgiving … Continue reading

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Slow drive south

We left Kitchener in the white light of a winter morning, thinking we were leaving winter behind–always with mixed feelings for me since I’m quite fond of winter, and especially the pale light of a winter morning, which conjures up … Continue reading

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Re-starting Blog

Tomorrow, we begin this year’s jaunt south. This will not be a journey like last year, and I had decided not to blog. We are leaving southern Ontario tomorrow morning and hope to be in Guanajuato within a week. We’ll … Continue reading

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