One Red Flower

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The ancients called the desert the place of divine revelation. But for women, there is much more to it than that.

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June 5, 2013

Change

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Sometimes roadtrips can be more than you ever expected. Sometimes they can feel like you’ve lived an eternity in only a couple weeks. Sometimes they can open doors to places you never imagined and imprint you with experiences that fundamentally change who you are forever.

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May 19, 2013

Take The Long Way Home – Part Five

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Yellowstone National Park was an interesting place – beautiful no doubt, but there was just something a bit ‘off’ feeling about it for me. The whole time I was in or near the park I felt really uncomfortable. I guess the still burning forest fire welcome into the east entrance was a bit off putting, but I couldn’t quite shake it…

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December 10, 2012

Take The Long Way Home – Part Four

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On our way back west after visiting family in Ontario, Paul and I stopped in Grand Rapids to see a friend. We found Stella’s, a really sweet vegan friendly restaurant to meet up! When I saw the whiskey menu I was in heaven. Obviously I ordered the moonshine sold in mason jars…

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December 4, 2012

Take The Long Way Home – Part Three

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Moab is beautiful and therefore very busy so plan well, and plan ahead. You’ll be rewarded with some of the most incredible rock formations on the planet…

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November 27, 2012

Take The Long Way Home – Part Two

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Drive-Thru Tree – This fallen Redwood was made into ‘Drive-Thru Tree’ in Myer Flat CA and is part of Avenue Of The Giants scenic highway, a 40 mile drive that parallels US 101. Yep, pretty tight fit…

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November 21, 2012

Take The Long Way Home – Part One

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Now that winter is settling in around us and road trips are put on hold for the season, I thought the next best thing would be to dig through some travel photos. I’m probably about halfway through the tens of thousands of photos scattered about on backup drives, but here are a bunch of fun…

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November 19, 2012

Species Jenga

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I had a conversation with a stranger the other day. She said something that I’ve heard many times before but never really put much thought into, until now. Her exact words were “We’re at the top of the heap”. Most of the time it’s said “We’re at the top of the food chain” but either…

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October 23, 2012

Simple

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I recently went to a meditation workshop. I have a really hard time shutting my brain off and just ‘being’. I also have a really difficult time disconnecting from all the pain and suffering on Earth. I thought this would be a great place to learn some new techniques in surrendering to the weight of…

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October 20, 2012

Heart & Skin

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Just recently, Paul and I adopted two baby rats, Awe:ri and Ohna’. Awe:ri means heart in Mohawk and we chose this name because of the little brown fur heart she has on her back. Ohna’ means skin in Mohawk and she is a hairless. We fell in love with these two sisters the second we…

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September 5, 2012
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