California’s Wacky Weather…from Fresno to Monterey

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Rate our ReviewsFresno was  experiencing a heat wave! It was a week of triple digits. Almost everyone in the house was dying to have a break and get away from the boiling temperatures.  So it wasn’t a surprise when I received a heads up from my brother that the whole family was to be off on a road […]

San Lorenzo Zinacantan, Mexico – Becoming a Shaman?

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Rate our ReviewsSan Lorenzo Zinacantan is a sleepy town  in the Chiapas highlands of Mexico. The population of maybe 30,000 people is of Tzotzil Mayan roots are very proud of their first nation, founding fathers  traditions. Their status is quite unique. They have their own immigration and one pays a small fee, to enter the […]

Caraquet, Nova Scotia ,Canada the Roots of North America and History

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Rate our ReviewsCaraquet, Nova Scotia….North America was first settled and  called Acadie, by the French, in the early 1700’s , in Nova Scotia, on the eastern Atlantic coast of Canada.

Yoho National Park: Color my World – Canadian Rockies, Part VI

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Rate our ReviewsYoho National Park….Exploration of the Canadian Rockies would continue by driving into its very heart.  We checked into a hostel within Yoho National Park that was quite rustic.  Twelve miles distant from any community, any stores or pretty much anything else, the hostel was solar powered and did not compost for fear of […]

Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada When my world slowed down!

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Rate our ReviewsSackville, New Brunswick…When you live in a small village of 1,200 souls next to small town of 6,000 people you are never overpowered with city concrete or lack of soul space. Home for me is beside the ocean and the solitude of country suits my mindset.Forty five minutes away is the small, university […]