Stone circles, standing stones: they evoke mystery, a sense of spirit, and a sense of
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I looked at our room in Mexico City. Two narrow beds crowned with flat pillows,
The sun had already set, but there was still light oozing through the surrounding forest.
New England, the far northeastern part of the United States, is a place of contrasts
Mark Twain had already seen much of the world’s great cities at the time he
It’s hard to believe now, but once, thanks to a major gold rush back in
A memoir from a talented artist who draws deep into her roots in place for
Traveling across the United States by foot was not in Alan Christofferson’s plan. Happily married
I’m tiptoeing over to the edge of the rocky cliff in the most bizarre place