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7 Best Blog Posts

Three sons
Three sons

Oh, please, don’t ask me to choose.  It’s like picking your favorite child. It just isn’t done. Besides, think of the psychiatrist bills to battle the neurosis of those that are not chosen.

But Choose I must.  It seems there is this “thing” going around–not lethal but very infectious–and I have been intentionally exposed by my friend Mark over at Travel Wonders of the World.  Well, since Mark is a good friend (I’ve guest blogged for him about Bayeux  and Canyon de Chelly,  and he wrote about Mark Twain for me and leaves comments frequently here), I am honored.

The “thing” is a My 7 Links meme started by Tripbase Blog. Bloggers are asked to list posts that fit into 7 categories, as you will see below. Continue reading 7 Best Blog Posts

Interview at Wandering Educators

Ken climbs the Cashel hill in Ireland
Ken climbs the Cashel hill in Ireland
Fishing Boat at Chyssopigi, Siphnos, Greece
Fishing Boat at Chyssopigi, Siphnos, Greece

Several weeks ago, Dr. Jessie Voight, from Wandering Educators, interviewed me.  She asked, among other things, “Can we ever read enough to get to know a place?  Even if we’ve been there?”  She also asked about some of my favorite books about different cultures. And she borrowed some of the photographs I have taken on my trips, like the ones here.

It has been a while since I answered her questions. Let’s go see what I said. Wandering Educators

How would you answer that question? Can we ever fully know a place by reading about it?

But do Volcanoes read signs? St. Lucia, Caribbean
But do Volcanoes read signs? St. Lucia, Caribbean
Bavarian Castle
Bavarian Castle

All photographs by Vera Marie Badertscher, All Rights Reserved.