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Bicycling across the United States

It was great to see my Scattergood Friends School classmates, Dan Mott and Steve Maxwell, last night. It was also good to see Dan’s brother David, who was also at Scattergood when I was there. And to meet Steve’s wife … Continue reading

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Living the Change

As I wrote yesterday, I heard from Susanna Mattingly, the Sustainability Communication Officer for the Friends World Committee for Consultation (FWCC). FWCC is joining a multi-faith campaign to work for sustainable living, called Living the Change.   This encourages us to … Continue reading

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Subjects of writing

I recently attempted to explain why I write so much. That I attempt to express what I feel the Spirit is leading me to say, and how difficult that can be. Often that means trying to describe and/or reflect upon … Continue reading

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Beginning Bicycle Plans

I’ve been thinking more about bicycling around the Midwest, mainly between Quaker meeting communities. I’ve been thinking about hot temperatures (its 90 degrees here now), wind, and dusty, gravel roads. Or drenching downpours. I’m thinking I could use some advice … Continue reading

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