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posticon Wyoming: The Wild, the Weird and the Wonderful

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We are all God’s children. We are all equal….I don’t know why anyone gay or lesbian should be less a human being than I am….gay and lesbian people can be just as happy in their marriage as I am in mine. ~ former United States Senator Alan Simpson, Wyoming

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Wyoming, where I live, is a most interesting place. In land area it’s the 10th largest of the 50 United States. It has fewer people than any other state. (There are more wild critters than humans.) Wyoming is home to stunning landscapes of majestic snow-capped mountains, broad sweeping prairies, and lots of clean air and wide-open spaces.Read more

posticon Does Change Drive You Crazy? by John Cali and Spirit

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Change has a considerable psychological impact on the human mind. To the fearful it is threatening because it means that things may get worse. To the hopeful it is encouraging because things may get better. To the confident it is inspiring because the challenge exists to make things better. ~ King Whitney Jr.

Spring does not come early here in the mountains of northwestern Wyoming. But the daffodils have finally begun to show their pretty faces.

daffodils-beginning-to-bloomDaffodils Beginning To Bloom

Yesterday our weather was bright, sunny, and warm.Read more

posticon Travels in America, Part 3: Yellowstone by Hans Brockhuis

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Lamar Valley at SunriseLamar Valley at Sunrise, Yellowstone National Park
Copyright © 2009 by Greg Willis

Have you ever read the book by John Steinbeck about his travels with his dog Charley, in search of the true America? I did many years ago, and remembering this it somehow triggered me to one day travel to the U.S. with my wife. I was also in search of promising and overwhelming landscapes, of people, animals, and the way of living, as well as anything that would come our way.… Read more

posticon Life and Love Are Not For the Fainthearted by John Cali

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Beartooth Pass, Wyoming USA

Life and love, with their many twists and turns, ups and downs, are like a high mountain road—not for the fainthearted.

When we know in our hearts there is a course we must follow, there is no doubt or hesitation. There is only the firm conviction this is absolutely the right course, no matter how difficult it is. And it’s always for the highest good of all involved.

In the last three months three of my close relationships have foundered and/or sunk.Read more

posticon The Rabbit by the Side of the Road by John Cali

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Copyright © Barbara Clark 2012

We’ve talked about animals in several recent posts, and we’re doing it again today.After this we’ll move on to other subjects.

A couple days ago while I was walking home after my early-morning run, I spotted a cute little rabbit by the side of the road. He didn’t run from me, as rabbits usually do. So when I got up close to him I could see his hind legs were mangled, probably from being hit by a car.Read more