Posts tagged #alaskatoargentina
Ancient Cultures, Beautiful and Strange; and a Visit From Mom

Watching her wander off into the airport with her minimal luggage, Tiff and I were sad to see her go, but thrilled to know she was doing what she loved.  Hopefully her experience was similar as she watched our big red van lumber off into the mid-day sun. 

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Spanish lessons - With a Special Focus on Needlessly Dry Sarcasm

In the culture of the Mazatec people of Oaxaca, Salvia Divinorum has roots in shamanic rituals which are meant to invoke some sort of congress with the Virgin Mary.  Confused and somewhat muddled theologies aside, I had always wanted to try this plant, and purchased the package without hesitation.  I also bought a small colorful glass pipe which would be solely dedicated to smoking it when the time was right.

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Light A Candle For No Reason...But For Reason Only.

After four months of somewhat stationary living, Tiff and I are doing our best to settle into life on the road again.  Pele´, as usual, is the standard bearer for exemplary behavior on the road and at home.  If he could speak, I imagine he might say, “Relax, and a good time will likely follow.  If it doesn’t, at least you’ll be relaxed.”


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