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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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First Taste of Freedom

The season of vicarious wanderlust on True Stories Well Told rolls on…. send me YOUR travel essays, up to 1500 words! -Sarah White By Linda Lenzke “Let us be lovers we’ll marry our fortunes together” “I’ve got some real estate here in … Continue reading

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Nirvana at Table in Umbria

The season of vicarious wanderlust on True Stories Well Told rolls on…. send me YOUR travel essays, up to 1500 words! -Sarah White By Sarah White In 1991, I was selected to be part of a Rotary International Group Study Exchange. The … Continue reading

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Roughing It in the North Country

The season of vicarious wanderlust on True Stories Well Told rolls on…. send me YOUR travel essays, up to 1500 words! -Sarah White By Doug Elwell It was high summer and the man wasn’t sure any fish would bite. He didn’t know. But … Continue reading

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