Dedicated to the writings of Saint Luke.

Sunday, August 16, 2009


We went for a walk in the park. Because we had inadvertently crossed the state line, we had to pay $6.00 to enter the park as a non-resident. It reminds me of the Marcan U-turn and the Conzelmann zigzag described in the gospel accounts. Perhaps Jesus and his disciples were avoiding the toll collectors.

We will return to the state park because unlike many public places, this park is so private that you can walk a considerable distance without seeing anyone. It reminds me of sections of the Appalachian Trial, I mean Trail. I suspect you know where my mind is!

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