Monthly Archives: June 2016

Old Catholic Theology in a “Brexit-Trump” World?

Today, the hop, skip, and jump that got me to the UK on the first Sunday after of the historic “Brexit” vote is now continuing along a long ribbon of track from London’s Euston Station to Manchester’s Piccadilly Station. It took … Continue reading

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Lunch with Raju

Getting from America to Europe is like hopscotch: one way or the other, it’s a series of hops, skips, and jumps. My journey this week included a quick hop from Denver to Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, a short skip for lunch, … Continue reading

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“Can You See Into the Forest?”

The “Road Trip to Isle Royale” changed character at a wharf in Houghton, Michigan. It continued aboard a 165 foot long passenger ferry, the Ranger III. We sailed from Houghton at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 14—a perfect day for a … Continue reading

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Which Way is Yooperland?

ROAD, n. A strip of land along which one may pass from where it is too tiresome to be to where it is futile to go (Ambrose Bierce, quoted in Charles Kuralt’s A Life on the Road). There are 303 miles … Continue reading

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Listening to a Wild Island

  My wife and I have flown many times from Denver to visit family and friends in Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio (Denver–O’Hare–Ironwood–Detroit hops). We’ve completed many crazy two-day Colorado-back-to-the-midwest marathons by car along Interstate 80. The last couple of years, though, there has been an … Continue reading

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