Alexander Supertramp And The Great Northwest

Art Spirit Village

Pacific Beach, Oregon Pacific Beach, Oregon

The concept of the sabbatical is intriguing to me. I suppose in its truest form, every seventh year would be a year of rest and rejuvenation. If you ponder the roots of the notion you will find that they sprout from the Sabbath of the Bible. Imagine what it would be like to let go of our dominant concerns for an entire year in the interest of having new experiences, in the interest of finding a new and better way to approach life. Unfortunately, most of us have been conditioned by our culture to be pacified by occasional vacations, short slots of time that must earn their way onto our busy calendars. Too often, the vacation becomes nothing more than a temporary diversion from the status quo, mere entertainment which is quickly forgotten once we return to our old routines.

Fly By Fly By

The modern classic “Into the…

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3 thoughts on “Alexander Supertramp And The Great Northwest

  1. J Rimbert

    Awesome photos, sounds like you & Tammy had a great trip!
    You are so talented but then again I am biased !!
    Happy Trails !

    • Hi Joanne, So good to hear from you. Hope you and Pete are well. Oh,,I have news. We are Grandparents. Casey had a little boy last week and he is so damn cute. 🙂

      • Joanne Rimbert

        Congratulations to you both ‼️
        Being a grandparent has been one
        of the greatest joys in my life & it it will be for you as well ❗️All is well here but
        ready to take your advice & to see where
        it takes us😊
        Take care & if you ever get this way & we
        are here …….
        Enjoy your new role & best always.

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