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On December 1, 2012, an XM detonation at CERN started a series of events known as Epiphany Night.

The surviving scientists of Epiphany Night remained vigilant, and when it was revealed that a rag tag group of Agents in the forest north of San Francisco were able to successfully initiate two way communication through a Portal, Project Epiphany was restarted.

But the best laid plans of mice and men go oft awry.

History seemed to repeat itself (or history did, indeed, fold in on itself) resulting in another cataclysmic detonation dubbed Epiphany Dawn.

Come visit Camp Catalyst at Navarro and journey to the aftermath of the second XM incident at CERN. Observe the evidence. Learn what happened. Solve the puzzle. Save the world.

http://dawn.sfenl.org

#EpiphanyDawn #SFENL #CampCatalyst #CampNavarro2018 #ingress
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Following Father Levi’s advice, we were up at the crack of dawn, and cabbed our way over to Vatican City to get in line for the Papal Audience.  While it didn’t officially start until 10AM, we arrived shortly after 7, and stood with hundreds of others…
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Sorry for the posting delay.  Between travel home, jet lag, and sickness, I’ve been neglecting my photoblog responsibilities. ROMA!! Tuesday morning, we left the house early, stopped for breakfast at RomAntica, the restaurant downstairs, then began our…
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The skies opened up and dropped enough weather on Rome to close one of the airports and cancel a bunch of flights from the other, leaving E in quite a predicament. I ventured out in the morning, in the downpour, to try to find something for breakfast, but…
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We spent most of Friday recovering from the hike up Stromboli, packing our stuff, and putting the house back together. There were quick runs to the store for foodstuffs, and P made another great risotto for dinner. Everyone was up early on Saturday…
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Jaunt to Tropea for lunch, then down to the docs to await the boat which would take us to Stromboli. The trip took about an hour and a half, and we arrived with about 2.5 hours to kill on the island before heading out for the nighttime show that would…
Day 26: BEHOLD THE VOLCANO!
Day 26: BEHOLD THE VOLCANO!
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The day started off with a run to La Trecciotta, the local produce market run by Antonio and his family.  The first time mom and I went in, there were samples to taste in our face before we were five paces inside the market.  He helped us carry stuff…
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If you look west from the back yard, there is a lump on an outcrop that is all that’s left of Torre Sant’Irene. Dad and I were hoping to get out there to take some pictures, but from the maps, it looked like the only access was through one of the resort…
Day 24: Torretta Briatico
Day 24: Torretta Briatico
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We set off on a journey to Zambrone (named for the guy that drives the Zamboni) to see if we could find a seaside lunch place.  Zombrone, however, is ENTIRELY resorts and (beautiful) beaches, with some lunch shacks along the beach.  So we opted to bounce…
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So, normally I would wait till tomorrow to put up today’s pictures, but tonight’s sunset was GLORIOUS, so I’m going to share them now, because I can.  After the rain, the humidity (and the haze) are mostly gone, so we had a great view of Stromboli.…
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