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When All is Said and Dunn

When All Is Said And Dunn by Bill Dunn NOT JUST ANOTHER DAY I have been addicted to Halloween ever since I was a little…

Heaven on Earth – China

By Amy Leong No matter how many times I fly on an airplane, I still enjoy the rumble of the wheels picking off from the…

“Let food be thy medicine” – Hippocrates

With our society becoming bogged down in pharmaceuticals, supplements and quick fix pills, many people are turning towards a more natural remedy: food. For millennia,…

A Big Little One

by Dorothy Denne It is said that big things often come in little packages. I don’t think that is meant to apply to words, but…

Summer is Coming and Alaska is Calling

Summer is coming and the great white north is calling. In fact, if you listen closely you can almost hear roaring grizzly bears, splashing killer…

A Day in San Juan Capistrano

Each March hundreds of thousands of swallows fly into San Juan Capistrano to relax in mud nests and enjoy the warm coastal climate. I don’t…

Searching for Gray Whales in Oxnard

It’s that time of the year again; time to gather the pod and head south from the cold waters of Alaska to the warm lagoons…