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Travel destinations

I love to travel, I have enjoyed these destinations and also love to visit vicariously through my friends who have been to fun places.

El Pedregal, Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic~ The verdant hills around the village are enjoyed by grazing dairy cows. The sun playing on the mountain in the background lets one feel as if they have entered into a moment that can not be captured by a simple photograph.

View from First Presbyterian Church in Chicago, Illinois.

Stanley Park, Vancouver Canada. This beautiful park is an oasis away from the city featuring Totems and Eagle fishing along the coastline.

Patriots Point, Mt.Pleasant,SC,Charleston. The Yorktown was decommissioned and is now docked at Patriots Point. A good place for us to be on Memorial Day.

Mt.Pleasant, SC, Charleston~ view the new Ravenel Bridge as one departs Mt.Pleasant from Patriots Point

Museum of Anthropology at University of British Columbia~ These Totems greet the visitor upon entering this extraordinary museum.

University of British Columbia, Vancouver~ The Rose Garden is in the foreground, although it is not in full bloom. The background is the mountain range that leads to Whistler.

Totem of Vancouver School of Theology~ VST is on the campus of The University of British Columbia. It is the home of Native Ministries Consortium

My Farm, Metter, Georgia~ a sunrise like this reminds me that God is the ultimate artist. This masterpiece greeted early one morning during during quiet reflection.

Vancouver, British Columbia~ This magnificent view is taken from atop the Vancouver School of Theology, University of British Columbia.

View toward Whistler mountain range as seen from the parapet of Vancouver School of Theology. During the spring and summer eagles can be seen fishing in the bay.

Toronto, Canada~ this was taken from the plane on our way to Vancouver.

Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada~ This is a carving by Bill Reid titled "The Raven and the First Men". It was unveiled by Prince Charles when the Bill Reid Gallery was dedicated. The First Nations People tell the tradition that a Raven picked-up a clam shell and the first men emerged from the shell. The sculpture is massive and is carved from one piece of white cypress.

Honey Creek, near Jekyll Island, Georgia~ Honey Creek an Episcopal Retreat that is place for conferences and camps. I have found it to be a place for quiet reflection and rest.

Ravenel Bridge, Charleston, South Carolina~ As one travels over the bridge to the barrier islands, this new bridge carries you toward the Atlantic.

Raliegh, North Carolina~ The North carolina Museum of Art. This is a view looking through the bamboo toward another Rodin sculpture.

Raleigh, North Carolina~ The Sculpture Garden at The North Carolina Museum of Art features several Rodin Figure Sculptures seemingly gazing into the Monet-esque lily pond.

Raleigh, North Carolina~ This is along the entryway to The North Carolina Museum of Art. The pool reflects the outer walls of the Galleries.