August 19, 2003

An intense, magnificent four days

Four of us - Bren and I, Kari and Don - and four intense days of sight, sound, and sense just a few hours from home. Here are my lingering impressions. It began with Turner at The Clark ...
Posted by Greg Stone at 07:26 AM
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June 14, 2003

Birthdays, King and tragedy in Sydney, and a special magic among family, friends and machines

. . . What I'm talking about is Charles Dickens and Martin Luther King, and Robert A. Olson, and a woman named Eliza Dunnithorne who lived sadly in Sydney so many years ago and the magic between Australia and Europe and the USA and Old Sturbridge Village and the Web and . . .
Posted by Greg Stone at 07:04 AM
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May 20, 2003

Cutting carbs - where I never thought I would go

I never met a carbohydrate I didn't like - make that love! Bread, potatos, ice cream, pizza, french fries, sandwiches, breadsticks, corn, popcorn, cerreal, fruit - the list is endless. Carbs have been at the heart of my eating -...
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