Tag Archives: travel

Let’s have some true travel stories, well told!

I have travel coming up on my calendar–Indiana to see college friends over the 4th of July, then Halifax for grad school residency in August, followed by some tourism in Nova Scotia…  and after that? Maybe a trip to Oxford, … Continue reading

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Luigi and the Signora

The season of vicarious wanderlust concludes with this tale from one afternoon in Venice,  early March 2001. By Sarah White Moving through the tiny alleys, bursting into squares that are not square but multi-sided, we walked the labyrinth, all six … Continue reading

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Underwater Surprises

The season of vicarious wanderlust on True Stories Well Told rolls on through end of June. By Rita Nygren Not far from Cake, Alaska, we woke up at 4am to the sound of a dozen eagles yelling at each other as they … Continue reading

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Journal of a Camp Host: Excerpts

baThe season of vicarious wanderlust on True Stories Well Told rolls on through end of June. by MC Hansen Excerpts from the book Journal of a Camp Host Dec. 21-First Day of Winter Who would have thought a year ago (when we were … Continue reading

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Sedona Sunrise

The season of vicarious wanderlust on True Stories Well Told rolls on through end of June. By Nancy Malvin Taking these pictures of the Sedona sunrise was a simple act of clicking the shutter. Getting to the spot where I took them … Continue reading

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Finding Love, by way of East Wind

I wrote this in the first life writing group I facilitated (and the first I participated in, as well). We followed the methodology laid out by James Birren in his book Telling the Stories of Life through Guided Autobiography Groups. Session 6 prompted … Continue reading

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Guatemala

The season of vicarious wanderlust on True Stories Well Told rolls on…. send me YOUR travel essays, up to 1500 words! -Sarah White By Kristine Sperling   The day that a group of missionaries delivered their message of improving the quality of life … Continue reading

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