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A Dash of Calamity and a Pyrokinetic Son (Kyoto: Part 6)

No trip for me would be complete without an array of things going wrong.  Among the things I had not expected this time?  We were ordered off a plane in China, where no fewer than seven security staff in gold-braided … Continue reading

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Trying to Trick Time in Kyoto (Part 1: The Bird-Whisperer )

I tried, fairly consciously, to trick time. It was a fool’s errand, but nonetheless led to a great adventure. On the anniversary of the hour of Jim’s death at home, it was already the next day in Japan, where I … Continue reading

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