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beads and a reason

I need a new necklace, and I thought about buying one on etsy.  Then I decided to make my own and bought some beads.  But then I started making one and ran out of blue beads.  And then I made another but it’s very plain and I don’t like how it turned out.  I think […]

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five little sunflowers in bed five

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two more Sacred Peace Walk photos

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Ming approving of Mono Lake on our way home

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what one rabbit said to the other

Today we had a board meeting.  We didn’t dance or sing, though Ming and I chanted at the end.  We ate a free lunch.  We got a little free gas.  Today I took off the bracelet I wore for a month, the one with the yellow star.  It was time to take it off.  I […]

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couple more peacewalk pics

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rest day

It’s raining, which is a lovely treat.  I’m getting stuff done.  The to do list seems not as long as it usually is, when we return home from a trip.  It’s nice to rest. Generating mail, having a good day.

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welcome home!

Today we stopped for a late lunch on our way home.  When I opened my car door, there was a weird sound and a puff of dust.  “Did the door just break?” I asked Ming.  Turns out there are two pins holding the door lever on, and the bottom one broke. Also, it took BOB […]

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from Mammoth Lakes

Gmorning, friends.  Ming and I stopped at this cafe I’m nostalgic about in Mammoth Lakes.  I wanted a decaf mocha with a shot of almond syrup.  It was delicious.  This is a cool cafe because they sell crocheted hats too.  And yarn. Last night we camped near Bishop on our way home.  It was a […]

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San Jose’s sacred tongue