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Red House on the Roaring River

Click here to download MP3 Winter 2010-11 kicked our butts. I know we weren’t alone, but up here in the Sierra Nevadas, we had match-point record snowfall. At 50-60 feet depending on where you were standing, it didn’t actually break all the records… but it was jawdropping all the same. And interminable. I mean, people…

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Behind The Green Door

Click here to download MP3 I love crazy old doors. What’s behind them? Who passes through them? How long have they been there? Now clearly, there’s alot going on with this one right here. It’s a storybook door. And judging by the individual frames on this door, the age old push me, pull me, hit…

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Night Befits The Louvre

  Click here to download MP3 Paris. The Louvre. Midnight. We had the best adventure EVER that day – that will forever define our first visit to Paris. It included walking 8 miles through the streets of Paris, experiencing the wonder of the Louvre at midnight – with the place to ourselves and magic all…

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InSeine Sunset

Click here to download MP3 This was my first time in France, first gaze upon the Seine river – and first full view of this gorgeous city so full of art, history and promise. It even had proper lighting. Heavenly. So I made it look the way it felt. I couldn’t believe this sunset. People…

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Princess Dahlia

Click here to download MP3 For a snippet of time, she lived on her family’s estate in Butchart Gardens, Victoria, B.C. In the bloom of her youth, Princess Dahlia was the envy of all who happened by. She favored the front and center position, greeting visitors who arrived in bermuda shorts from the land of…

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