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You can’t go home again

I live in Portugal.  An ocean away from my native country, customs and language.  After a year, I was weary of not knowing anything – or that’s how I felt.  I had acute sensations of separation, isolation and loneliness.  I

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I LIKE BIKE

My continuing quest to love bike riding

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Oporto Me Oh My Oh: 10 Outobro ’17

There were hordes of people in Oporto.  I mean hordes.  Germans and Brits and French and Spanish and at least one Estonian, we know because she told us so in very good English; and I’m sure there were other nationalities

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Cascais Casual: 28 Julho ’17

It’s been several weeks now since we took a bus from Sintra to  Cascais to stay with Jules, Rita’s traveling companion and President You-Know-Who’s personally appointed ambassador to the International Animal Kingdom.   After being in Sintra, Cascais felt like

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SINTRA SOJOURNEY: 29 June ’17

A couple weeks ago, we took a train to Lisbon and transferred to another for the half hour ride to Sintra.   For those unfamiliar with Portugal, Sintra is a town on a mountain between Lisbon and the ocean, whose climate,

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Leaving Denver

If you’re not careful, the future can become the past pretty darn quick.  A matter of days ago, we were on the road out of Denver pointed East.  In no time at all, Kansas, Indiana, Illinois, and Ohio crammed themselves

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Journal post 9.29.15

What a surprise kind of day!  With intention to stop overnight at the halfway point, instead we got to Denver.  First stop was the Rio Grand Gorge Bridge outside of Taos.  One last taste of wilderness and nature…and the vastness

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