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In Praise of the World’s Lesser Known Museums

Here are a few of the smaller (or lesser know museums) that I have enjoyed recently: National Steinbeck Center in Salinas, California; Rodin Museum in Paris, Vasa Museum in Stockholm, Sweden; Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem, The Netherlands; National Museum … Continue reading

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Traveling with My Grandchildren

This year has been fun.  I’ve had the privilege to travel extensively with 4 of my grandchildren, and make short trips with 4 others. In the Spring, a grandson James, traveled with a friend and I to the Navajo Reservation. … Continue reading

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Why We Shouldn’t Travel

I’m a compulsive traveler; I admit it.  I can’t help myself.  I frequently travel to developing-country environments.  I do it for a variety of reasons.  Foremost, I hope I’m doing some good. My friends and I live, as much as … Continue reading

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“On the Road” to the Scenic Cove Chapter, Navajo Nation

The Navajo city of Shiprock, which sits astride the San Juan River, is an arid, dusty community located in the northwest corner of New Mexico.  Its namesake is a majestic volcanic monolith (neck)  located just to the west.   Shiprock … Continue reading

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