Tag Archives: India

The Skinny Sunday Stroll

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Skinny stroll? Because it was so exerting that you lost weight? Only if you did it many times over many days would it be a weight plan. The “skinny” refers to the thin pathway along the mountain up to visit … Continue reading

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Caroline’s First Shopping Trip

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Bethany was ready for another outing so we packed up the backpack and the baby-carrying front pack and headed down the trail to the bazaar. We visited many shops and finally stopped for a snack. Do you see the decorative … Continue reading

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Paris Comes to the Mountain


On our trek to the top Sunday, we met an opera singer from Paris, Eric Gervais. After a bit of “how-do-you-do” and “what-do-you-do” conversation, Abe, the choral teacher at Woodstock, invited Eric to come to his class Monday. Eric was … Continue reading

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A Walk up the Mountain and Back

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On Caroline’s 11th DAY birthday, we took a stroll up the mountain using the eyebrow trail and on the way back the wider path. I followed Abe, who had Caroline in a front pack, and Bethany, who had a backpack. … Continue reading

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A Walk to the Bazaar


A clear, dry day during monsoon season invited me to “stroll” down a mile or so to the bazaar, a three-mile stretch of townroom (not townhouse) storefront shops, each sharing a wall with the neighbors. Some were smaller than a … Continue reading

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High Altitude Cookies


While visiting my newborn granddaughter (and her parents, of course) in India, I attempted to make some chocolate chip cookies for the gazing guests coming to welcome the wee one. I was not prepared for the results of my favorite … Continue reading

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WHAT’S A LASSIE?


  Which of these is a “lassie?”            You are right! No matter which one you picked, you are right because they are all “lassies.” Lassie-the dog; lassie-the girl; and lassi-a drink in India (spelled a bit … Continue reading

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When the world gives you duck eggs, make cookies, of course!


What a day for surprises! My first surprise. I had a record number of visitors to my blog on this day, all because of one post! Thanks for liking it. Update: 259 lattes to go in 44 days. My second … Continue reading

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Quietness


Recently my son, Seth,(the guy in the middle in black, singing)  had the privilege of touring southern India with a group called The Gap Theory.  He has been to many parts of the world with his music and message but rarely … Continue reading

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WORLD TRIP DAY 30-Taj Mahal and Agra Fort and a Mall


We did manage to wake up at 5:00!  Being as resourceful as possible, we used our pillow cases as towels when taking a bucket shower and praised God for the toilet paper Bethany brought! We headed to the West Gate for … Continue reading

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