ONE THOUSAND + DAYS OF FESTIVALS

ONE THOUSAND + DAYS OF FESTIVALS We kick back at the Blackbird Woodfire Pizza and enjoy an above average pizza and desert. We are exceedingly weary and prone to a bit of reflection. The street is being swept and cleaned as we look out the window and enjoy our meal. In no time at all,…
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He’s Got A Hemi !

The hood of the car would open and my high school buddies would look wide eyed as they peered into the engine compartment. They could not have been more in awe of this marvel of technology. I grew up in a town of four thousand and this was an event of significance. We had never…
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THE NIGHT I DIDN’T HANG OUT WITH B.B. KING

  Quite some time ago I got to attend a rather exclusive event called International Guitar Seminars. It was held in NYC at Columbia University. The founders of this seminar were well regarded in the field of music and guitar playing. One founder went on to be given the World Music Guitarist of the Year…
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NO PHOTOS PLEASE-GUINEA PIGS, SHAMANS AND THE SUPERNATURAL

NO PHOTO’S PLEASE ! Seek No Further – Guinea pigs, Shamans and the Supernatural. We are traveling to the hilltop Chullpas of Sillustani known for pre-Inkan circular funerary towers built of basalt and frozen in time. They are a product of arrested development, late in their building a group of explorers from Spain made landfall.…
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Trains, Planes And The Altiplano Part 3.5

Our first train ride took us to Augas Caliente. We were seated with students from Galudette University. When we were seated across from them we realized they were deaf. My wife had the presence of mind to sign to them a greeting and her name. They realized we spoke english and were from the U.S.A.…
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