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Bear Bait

CANADA.  As those who have read TATTOO would know, I harbor a non-budging dichotomy of emotions toward bears. For the most part, I would love to encounter a bear one-on-one in the wild. But when I am close to them

Posted in Wildlife

Johnston Canyon

Canadian Rockies, Alberta. In Banff National Park, sets Johnston Canyon. There is a paved walk to two water falls. The way the trees fell every which way illustrated the concept of chaos. A tree trunk was shaped like a big

Posted in World Glimpses

Jaisalmer Glimpses

India. Although you’re already in the State of Rajasthan, this place feels extra exotic. Jaisalmer was on the camel route of old and even with its modern buildings, it has a bit of a Tales of the Arabian Nights feel.

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Monuments in DC

Washington, D.C. is a lovely capital city. Built on swamp land and declared the U.S. capital in 1790, its sprawling mall lends itself to show off some awesome monuments. On a recent trip, I took a Monuments by Moonlight Tour

Posted in Found in the USA

Glacier Bay National Park

Alaska.  From Juneau, I took a very noisy ride on an eight-seater plane to Gustavus, where I saw a porcupine walking the beach and another porcupine climbing a tree. Most of the time in Gustavus was spent riding on a

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