Riding the Canals

photoSometimes, an over the top tourist trap experience can still be emotionally authentic.  CR and I rode the gondola at the Venice hotel in Las Vegas this weekend.  It was a Disney sort of thing, a water ride through the shopping areas of the hotel.  It turned out that our guide was an Italian opera singer (who had sung at the Bonfils center in Denver for years and arrived in Las Vegas to discover she is too short for the shows).  So she sings for tourists who imagine what Venice might be like. Her voice reduced me to puddles of emotion–I was genuinely, deeply moved.

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I promised blogs every week, but must say the Internet access was not great in
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All creative people devise ways to communicate with the mysterious place where ideas come from.
I promised blogs every week, but must say the Internet access was not great in
If you follow me on Facebook, you already know about this, but here's a little
January 10, 2013 Queenstown   (Having trouble adding images....will try to add more later today....)
Happily, the end of the world has not yet arrived, and we're all here to

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