Reflections on the surface of a mountain pond alongside the trail to Matthieu Lakes.
The last of winter melts into spring.
Resting sailboats reflect in the waters of Santa Barbara’s harbor.
Shaded from the winter sun lies a quiet spot overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
“New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings.” – Lao Tzu
One of four Palladian Bridges that remain in the world is located in Prior Park Landscape Garden. Built in 1755, it’s located on a hillside above Bath, England.
I wanted to share this with any of you who might be interested in reading a memoir set along the Camino de Santiago in Spain. The publication date is drawing near.
It is said that the Camino can change one’s life. This is my husband’s story of our 2013 walk along The Way. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry and you just might be inspired.
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Camino Sunrise: Walking With My Shadows A memoir and Camino de Santiago adventure by Reginald Spittle Illustrated by Sue Spittle They call it a pilgrimage, but for Reginald Spittle the 500-mile Camino de Santiago was the test of a lifetime. A professional journalist and a gifted educator, Reg projected an air of confidence to those […]