Monthly Archives: March 2014

Dug Out 31 March 2014

On a trip through Texas with a couple of stops in Oklahoma, Kansas and Colorado, I was able to take in so many images. Driving along the Sante Fe Trail, I tried to imagine what it would’ve been like to … Continue reading

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Sand Creek 27 March 2014

Taking a side trip to see the site of the Sand Creek Massacre was incredible. Driving eight miles on dirt roads to reach the park took me by acres and acres of land in such need of rain. I like … Continue reading

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texas 25 March 2014

We’re on a trip to Texas this week. Leaving early this morning gave us uninterrupted time to watch the sun bring the day. Yesterday was such a difficult day, that just riding along in the pick-up watching fields and pastures … Continue reading

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The Book Thief 21 March 2014

  I watched The Book Thief recently and was struck again by the power of words. I remember memorizing scripture and poetry and how powerful those words are when they come to you in dark places. Words take us to … Continue reading

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open eyes 19 March 2014

How do you keep your eyes open to beauty and possibility? We are bombarded on a daily basis with negatives and staying positive can be a work out. My faith is tested. The Psalms encourage me daily as does the … Continue reading

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transformation 17 March 2014

Mountain trails change from tree-filled to tree-line to tundra as you hike up in altitude, and the seasons bring changes that can feel just as gradual or just as swift depending on the day. March always feels like a time … Continue reading

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aloft 14 March 2014

Running today, I was greeted with the most amazing light show in the heavens. The ISS passed over and was visible for about ten minutes as it traveled past Mars and over Saturn, across the dippers and disappeared after scooting … Continue reading

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