2022: the Travel Guide

31 December 2021

detail, 2018 VMF mural, by Phantoms in the Front Yard

“The real voyage of discovery consists, not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.”

La Prisonnière (5th volume, Remembrance of Things Past), Marcel Proust

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  1. Blane Hogue

     /  31 December 2021

    Very happy new year and many “ new eyes” to you, Penny.

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  2. Thank you for sharing that quote, Penny. Very apropos.
    Happy New Year; all the best for 2022. I look forward to enjoying more of your walks. 🙂

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  3. Happy new year Penny 🌬✨🕊wishing you all good things for 2022💫hedy

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  4. Now there’s a sentiment we totally agree on (not that we don’t agree on more). Excellent, Penny! A belated fresh-eyed 2022 to you!!

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