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August 21, 2007

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Let's not forget that the characters in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales were walking to the cathedral on their pilgrimage.

It may be that walking in a rural setting is good for the inner being and having a goal to reach that is viewed as a noble destination brings out the noble side of human nature.

Great entry, dearie! I detect the subtle, warm influence of Papa Ratzi here, this project is right up his alley.

Such a fine post...

That is a trip-journey-walk I would enjoy making.

Thank you...

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