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About perigrinatia

World traveler, Primary and ESL teacher, emerging writer

The Wonderful World of Fairy Tales

Another special experience I had frequently in those sometimes slightly magical years of childhood is one which, I do not doubt, millions of other American children shared with me in a similar way.  I refer to it in the singular … Continue reading

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Experiences of a Sense of God’s Presence in my Early Life (Continued)

This is a continuation of my ‘series’ if you will, on answering the question: In what ways have I been aware of the ‘movement (or Presence) of God’ in my life? This post follows on from a previous one about my … Continue reading

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Perigrinatia’s Reflections on Wilderness Wanderings

So, I feel inclined, as I blog again, to reflect on my ‘spiritual journey’. Two questions have inspired me to start writing once more.  The first is: ‘What have I brought back from my various ‘adventures’ in foreign lands?’   … Continue reading

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Back in the Saddle Again

  Dear Faithful Friends and Gentle Readers, As you are reading this you may be wondering why I haven’t blogged for such a long time.  Or you may be well aware of the reason for my absence from my own … Continue reading

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The End of The Grand Canyon of The Tuolumne Backpacking Trip

The Last Day and Conclusion We learn more about what is inside of ourselves when we push ourselves, or are pushed, out of our comfort zones.  I found out that washing socks in cold river water is not sufficient to … Continue reading

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Backpacking Continued, Days 3- 4

Pate Valley, Wednesday Evening after a refreshing dinner.  With our day of rest in question, we had a discussion about the pros and cons of staying at our campsite there and resting, as had been originally planned, or looking for … Continue reading

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Through the Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne continued…

Before going on with the story here is a photographic interlude courtesy of Richard and others who kindly shared photos… This is from Tuolumne Meadows at the start when Julie was explaining about the high mountains and what grows at … Continue reading

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