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Sherry Hardage
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I am currently a retired sloth, living at large in the world.
I am currently a retired sloth, living at large in the world.

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Traveling to the Past
Even though it was 57 years ago, I remember it vividly.  The layout of the school. The long hall that went from the cafeteria on the north to the large gymnasium on the south. Three large classrooms lined each side of  the hall, one for each grade. Long bef...

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White Sands for the Full Moon
My bucket list gets longer and longer as I age, and the items get knocked off the list at a slower rate than ever before. I am no longer able to travel freely and go where ever the winds blow me. So it was with great pleasure that I was able to head down to...

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Some Invasive Species
Axis deer, an invasive species in the Texas Hill Country. Brought from India in the 1930s for exotic trophy hunters, they are now as prolific as rabbits. So it is open season on them all the time. They are terrified of anyone on foot. On a recent trip to th...

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Staying home: El Cabezon near San Isidro, NM
View to the SW from the flanks of the Cabezon I've not posted on this blog for about 9 months. The reason is that during my last trip to Mexico, my mother suffered from a stroke. My sisters were around to get her through the hospital stay and rehab process,...

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Return to the Familiar
Mayan Cross in the plaza of the Guadalupe Church All over Mexico, you'll see restaurants with the phrase " Restaurante Familiar " under the name. It means they welcome families. Now in the US I would avoid a "family restaurant" like the plague - fearing my ...

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San Miguel de Allende, Otra Vez
The Parroquia from the backside. I am again in San Miguel de Allende. This makes the fourth time I've visited this beautiful colonial city. Friends of mine have gone back to the states and they are letting me stay in their small apartment just off Ancha de ...

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Albi & Toulouse-Lautrec
Taken from the bus to Albi, one of the few remaining roads in France, intentionally planted with "plane" trees to provide shade for drivers. Our second day in Toulouse, we decided to take a bus to Albi, a small city about an hour north, where Henri Toulouse...

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Lyon, France, definitely the place for Foodies

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Lyon: Food Capital of the World
If France has the reputation of being the foodiest country, in terms of variety, cooking styles, and innovation, then Lyon, which all Frenchmen say is the best, is surely THE food capital of the entire world. And we ate there for 5 days. And ate and ate.......

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Paris: The Marais
I am a big fan of slow travel, go to a place, rent an apartment for a week (or a LOT more) and see what is interesting. Plus just meander about and peek into alleys and corners. Any city will have so much more to experience that you'll ever read about in a ...
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