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Jeff Landy
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New adventures
I suppose we'll see if I continue with this, or if a new blog happens.  Something will continue.  It's become all too obvious to me that I need writing as an outlet to keep my head on straight. And finally, the last batch of pictures from the desert.  Great...
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I think this must have to be the last one from here.  We'll see what happens with packing. Red Mesa was wonderful. I got a huge boost to my evaluation skills in clinic, and I got a new companion.  This weekend, we went to Ship Rock.  After 3 months here, it...
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Ahéhee'
I'm done here.  I can feel it in my soul.  My journey in the desert was finished as I sat on top of the world, at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. I felt it slip away. It really is the Grand-est. A week in Red Mesa, a few days back in Shiprock, and I'll b...
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You have to accept what you have.
I stashed water on my run today. Maybe that makes me a Runner. I'll try again tomorrow. Maybe it will make sense then. Happy days behind, happy days ahead.
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Native Vision, and the first of the repeats
This weekend was Native Vision, an annual camp for native kids to learn about public speaking, and dealing with bullies, and the value of hard work, and nutrition, and exercise, and all the good breaking-the-cycle stuff disadvantaged children should learn. ...
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Stories from dreams
 I was riding my motorcycle. It was the middle of summer, I remember it was very hot. After you cross the bridge, there's a light everyone slows down for.  I was in the outside lane, next to a truck. I revved up to pass him, and he sped up too.  I could see...
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Staying safe
I think most of what I do is to stay safe, but obviously the definition of safe changes from minute to minute. On my way to Taos, I saw a few hitchhikers.  They looked like nice people, and I am usually quick to help out someone in need.  I didn't stop, tho...
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Seeking Shelter
A home inspector once told me, "The purpose of every house in all of history is to keep the rain off." I wonder if the inner monologue will still be audible, when life gets noisy again. I've quite grown to like it. I wanted to write more tonight. Wanted to ...
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Sunburned and Sore Feet
The signs of a good hike, according to this woman: When you have to hike 4 miles to get to a sign that warns of a tough hike ahead, trust that sign. And I needed a good hike.  It was that or a long run, and I liked the sound of a long day in the sun.  So we...
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If I thought I could get away with it
The discussion in clinic today: pain. One of my favorite topics, because I didn't take this photo, obviously. I've never been to Vietnam. is really friggin' difficult to reconcile with  If it's got sensation, it probably hurts. so clearly pain isn't as simp...
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