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Weekend Things

Pike's Peak From the Garden of the Gods, ca. 1880

Happy Weekend Friends!   These links (and what they contain on the other side) have been inspiring me or on my mind all week.   I am curious if they will infect you in the same way…..

Enjoy the the next couple days! — R

image of George Eastman House in The Garden of the Gods – Pikes Peak in the background – (my parents have been visiting all week — it makes me think of this place)  from flickr under creative commons.

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