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Steamy Happiness

During the writing of A Million Steps, I would consciously drift into the future with thoughts about what may happen upon release of the book.  My darker side was fearful about terrible reviews.  I was also anxious about recouping the money that I spent on…

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Good Breath

PRANA In my yoga classes, I learned about the power of breath. On average, the human body will die in approximately three weeks without food, three days without water, and three minutes without oxygen. In a normal day, we breath around 20,000 times.  In a…

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The Good Path

Last year I bought a high-end electric lawnmower.  It has tons of power, cuts my carbon footprint, cuts my grass, and the silence makes my neighbors very happy.  I am that guy with the yard that mimics Pebble Beach Golf Links. A few weeks ago,…

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Name My Book

This is the first chapter of my next book.  It is about four months in Rishikesh India spread over three different trips.  There is a heavy yoga vibe to go along with the 200-hour teacher training that I completed on the last trip.  The yoga…

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Shiny Surface

I was at my local gym last week and chatting it up with a fabulous lady that happens to live in my hood.  Some say that if I worked all my body parts like I exercise the jaw, I would be a competitive bodybuilder.  This…

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Chain Reactions

Karen, a fellow Camino pilgrim, came into my orbit about five years ago in a divine manner.  She lives in the Wood River Valley so I only see her once per year.  On the lucky years it is twice.  The coffee talks always last at…

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Branching Out

I am a fan of Facebook and have gratitude for the ability to communicate with people throughout the world and stay in touch with the many people I meet during my travels.  I like any platform that allows people to connect and form relationships.  It…

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X S

I am 54 years old and have been lucky to visit Ketchum, Idaho at some point during each one of those years.  This is some of the most beautiful country in the world nestled between several amazing mountain ranges.  This state has 30 mountain peaks…

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Truly Celebrating a Life

Last Thursday at 2:00 PM, I arrived at Jumpin’ Janet’s Bar where Janet choreographed a beautiful send off for her beloved mother.  The parking lot was packed and every side street was lined with cars.  I walked into the crowded bar only knowing Janet.  I…

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Jeanie

For the past 27 years, every other Tuesday around 7:45 AM, I hear my garage door open and my dear friend Jeanie arrives to clean my house.  Her daughter used to do housekeeping for my father so these two ladies have been in my life…

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