From Travelers’ Tales – The Gift of Birds

Without a Ripple   essay coming
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Travelers’ Tales Books – Japan

Whose Hand Is This?   essay coming
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Travelers’ Tales Books – The Best Travel Writing 2010

Inside Kumano Kodo   Isn’t it time that your drifting was consecrated into pilgrimage? You have a mission. You are needed. The road that leads nowhere has to be abandoned … It is a road for joyful pilgrims intent on the recovery of passion.            –Alan Jones   The road for this pilgrim has been leading nowhere but down for quite some time. I drift in uncertainty....
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Travelers’ Tales Books – A Woman’s Asia

The Moss of Time essay coming
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North Central Washington Educational Service District

Sample:  In A Coulee This is becoming a habit; these early morning drives into the sun up the Columbia. I sip my tea as I wander northeast in search of Palisades, a place of sagebrush and ranch hidden in a coulee. I had seen a sign for it in my last searchings down this highway, a sign pointing off to the left up a small valley lined with vertical basalt walls. I turn now up this asphalt...
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Perceptive Travel, an on-line magazine

Sample:  The Kite A dark year leaves me in a muddy puddle full of attack Beta. Soggy and limp, I desperately need to rediscover the lightness of infinity, and scream a Holy Yes that reverberates through my pores and pushes me over the edge into the world of poetic traveling – longing to see within the ordinary, everyday mud and muck, poems and stories sacred to the core; to live awake;...
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