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Lübeck Day 2

Our second day and we decided to take a barge ride along the canals to get another perspective of the city.  We also did some shopping, Kathy, Rachel and I hit the local produce market, while Lew favored the best … Continue reading

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Lübeck

On Carolina Sophie’s birth announcement Julia wrote: “There will be hands that hold you  And arms, in which you are safe  And People who show you without questions That you are welcome in this world” …just like you did with … Continue reading

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Leaving Osnabrück

Yesterday was a traveling day. We leave Hendricks home alone which was hard on him parting with ‘Lichen’ as he calls her.  Popular modes of travel.  We traveled by bus to the central train station then take a train ride … Continue reading

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Reunited with Julia

The last time I saw Julia was in Paris! We met for about a week, as I was on my way to the south of France, I was attending a crafting retreat at Chateu Dumas in June of 2011. We … Continue reading

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 Return to Europe 

It is my first time in Copenhagen and Germany! Mike treated me to a trip with my friends the Levin family to travel to Germany as our mutual friend Julia Sholtz gave birth to her first child! First stop was … Continue reading

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Finally back again!

“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love … Continue reading

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To be continued…

Sorry for the delay in posts but life got in my way. I will get back to it soon!

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Beauty and the Beast

Yesterday was a full day of traveling on three trains and a ferry ride to arrive at Miyajima Island. It is a magical place with a rich history and a peace and serenity we have been fortunate to experience in … Continue reading

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Switching Gears…

From Vietnam to Japan was not only a journey of some distance but cultural shock as well. While leaving behind the chaos, heat, spontaneity of one we enter into the order, mild climate and formality of the other. Both have … Continue reading

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Imperial Citadel and World Heritage Sites

I haven’t mentioned that I developed a cold and cough almost immediately from the beginning of the trip. The pollution and the alternating from hot humid atmosphere to air-conditioned buildings took it toll on me with some days being worse … Continue reading

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