Posts Tagged ‘virtual reality’

How Will We Fill America’s Most Important Offices?

Chapter 26, the final chapter of Wonderlust, Where Will Our Stories Lead Us: Sunrise or Sunset?, poses the question: “Where will the stories we’ve gathered on our Wanderings and fixed within our belief systems lead us?” And makes a suggestion: “What must we do? Create the right stories for our inner self that will lead […]


Revisiting “Once Upon a Time I was a Cowboy” as I Ponder 2016 New Year’s Resolutions

Well, I had hoped for a calm Christmas and had no intention of another blog; but someone sent me a copy of a Christmas Card posted on Facebook by Nevada Assemblywomen Michaele Flore of her family. All 10 are in bluejeans and red shirts and, except for the grandchildren, they’re all armed. That’s their Merry […]


Once Upon a Time I was a Cowboy

Once Upon a Time, a long time ago … I was a Cowboy – complete with ten-gallon hat, chaps, vest, and, yes, gun. A pearl-handled six-shooter, just like the Lone Ranger’s – sorry, no silver bullets, but caps that smoked when I pulled the trigger. Look at me! Who could face down the stern look […]


The Spirit of Salcantay – Communion with the Cosmos in Our Virtual World

At 15,500 feet there isn’t much oxygen in the air. About half of what there is at sea level. It’s also cold. Really cold. The temperature drops about 3 degrees for each thousand feet in elevation. But there we were – our tents pitched in what used to be called the “Japanese Base Camp,” high […]