It's been a fairly grueling trip – as well as a deep and wonderful trip. We didn't get a chance to have internet access quite so often, so it's been a few days since I've had a chance to blog. I'm uploading a few new pictures to flickr – but be patient – I'm on […]

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I'm in San Antonio, Texas, warm and dry at a friend of Ruth's. We've had a great, but too brief visit, and we'll be on our way to New Orleans this afternoon – a short driving day today, after a harried day in really bad traffic in West Texas. The pictures of some of it […]

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It's been a trip so far full of adventures, and things that are new to me. After Mercey Hot Springs and seeing dear friends in Idyllwild, we drove on I-10 through Arizona and New Mexico, and stopped for a brief soak at El Dorado Hot Springs, in Tonopah, AZ. It was great – we had […]

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Well, there was a storm in Southern New Mexico. We woke up to a few inches of snow, and expected some slow driving, but we didn't quite expect them to close Interstate 10. So, we're stuck in Deming, New Mexico. It's not terrible, though. We're staying at a chain hotel, with really good WiFi, and […]

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Well, we got a great introduction to winter – the morning after we arrived at our friend's house up in Idyllwild (in the San Bernadino Mountains) we were greeted with snow! Blog Category:  Personal

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My to do list is long, the boxes are piled high, and my energy is low. As moves go, though, this one has to be up there as one of the easiest, for sure, of the cross-country moves I've made in my life (this is, basically, the 4th.) It's easier for a variety of reasons […]

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There is the annual brouhaha about Pat Robertson's supposed predictions based on what God told him. Except, well, he admits he's been wrong: Blog Category:  Current Affairs Religion

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I'm following Rachel, here are my 10 favorite posts of 2006, in chronological order: Blog Category:  Personal

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