Monthly Archives: September 2010

Golden Bricks and Guinea Pigs

I begin my journey to Peru at New Haven’s Union Station. Instead of the usual overnight bag, I’m equipped with a suitcase of clothes, a bag of camping gear, and a giant blue duffel full of 65 rubber gaskets for … Continue reading

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Fingerprints of Flow

Two weeks ago, I returned from a field trip in the Big Horn and Seminoe mountains of Wyoming. Two days from now, I’ll be in the air on my way to Cuzco, Peru. The city functions as a gateway to … Continue reading

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