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When inspiration strikes…

I’ve been lamenting the fact that I haven’t blogged in quite some time, that I miss writing, and questioning why I allow so many things get in the way of the things I love to do.  I’ve had plenty of … Continue reading

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Inside The Colorado Cider Company, Denver, Colorado July 2012

We arrived in Denver to celebrate the marriage of one of the son’s of my oldest and dearest childhood friends.  However, to  kick start the celebration,  we visited with Kathe and Brad Page, friends we met while living in Buenos … Continue reading

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Pueblito Los Dominicos, Las Condes, Santiago, Chile 2012

Located at the foothills of the Andes mountains, Los Dominicos is a center for typical Chilean arts and crafts.  It is my favorite place in the city.  I’ve been there so many times, and there are always different artisans but … Continue reading

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Santiago de Chile 2012

This blog is long overdue!  I’m a PROCRASTINATOR albeit one that does believe that the universe speaks to us and yesterday it spoke to me.  Two friends on opposite ends of the northern hemisphere both asked about my blog, and … Continue reading

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How to “cure” a traditional Mexican Cazuela 2011

Like most other types of traditional pottery used for cooking, I’ve been taught to “cure” the pottery to make it ready for use. These pots are for cooking directly on the flame. There seem to be a variety of techniques … Continue reading

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San Miguel de Allende , Mexico

For quite some time now, anyone who knows me well and has been to San Miguel de Allende would say, “You are going to love it” and they were so right. It’s beautiful, diverse, eccentric, clean and friendly with fabulous … Continue reading

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Dubois, Wyoming 2011

Dubois, Wyoming is 3.5 hours NW of Casper by car. The landscape for most of the drive is austere and rugged.  Our destination… the T Cross Ranch, a historic site, set 14 miles off the main road in Dubois in … Continue reading

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