Coastal Tracks

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Marilyn Whiteley on November 22, 2007

Ian, I thought you might delete just my comment if you wished, not the pretty blue flower! Whatever ... And I do like these tracks in the sand, so I'll use them.

I've posted my profile of the Wesley wives so you can find it if you wish. Here's the link. There's also a second file, a page about my Molly Wesley activity. In each case, you click on it and open it in your processor. Or I could send an e-mail if I had your address. (As you may have figured, one can write AT instead of @ to keep it from being harvested electronically.) But there's absolutely no obligation to look at either.

Also my comment on the spring travel is slightly buried now by another comment, but my flags on the bridge photo has a response to you and Ryan.


Ian Stehbens on November 23, 2007

Thanks Marilyn. All is appreciated. The Wesley wives certainly had to tolerate difficult partnerships. I've encountered a few in my time who have tried to emulate the Brothers Wesley.. in their personal discipline and relationships. As for the tracks, I have never seen such tracks before and I have no idea who created them. A bird I presume, but in this ecosytem I'd be open to other possibilities. Ian

Jörg Petersen on January 16, 2008

Ian, it is a real mystic track. I have got a inexplicable imprint in snow in my galerie. Perhaps you will find an explanation. Jörg

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