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Monument Valley


Photos of one of my favorite places taken on the weekend of February 25th, 2012.

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Why there are no elephants in Beardstown, Illinois


It is very simple: elephant balls. When I was growing up in Beardstown, Illinois I asked my Dad what the round balls were for that some people had in their front yards. He said they were to keep the elephants … Continue reading

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Homeopathy in Toronto


That’s right, I’m not in the USA. I’m attending a summit conference in Toronto, Canada with a few hundred other homeopaths learning more about case-taking from Rajan Sankaran. Just around the corner from the venue, I saw this sign in … Continue reading

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Are we under attack? Libya 2006


t Better Days….   That was our first gut impression. But it was only kids playing with firecrackers on the streets outside the hotel. We had arrived in Tripoli, Libya and were a bit apprehensive at first. Posters of  Muammar … Continue reading

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Airport blogging


It’s my first time. blogging on a cell phone pad. I’m now in Dallas and about to catch a fly to Miami ending the first leg of this trip to Haiti. I’m headed back for another week, this time joining … Continue reading

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Foot Massage in Vegas


I took my nephew to Vegas while he was out for a visit on his Christmas break. First time for him, so walked the strip, checked out most of the hotels, saw a few shows, and I lost some money … Continue reading

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This was their lucky day


The morning was spent seeing patient at St. Vincent’s School for the Handicapped with the team from Homeopaths Without Borders. Mostly new patients but a few that came back for follow ups, with big smiles. Fevers were gone, pains were … Continue reading

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