Category Archive: Tales of the m/v Eastern Skies

TRUE TO KATE HUNTINGTON’S OUTLOOK ON LIFE…

…AS NOTED IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF “NUBRA VALLEY ODYSSEY” Saw this in a shop window – had to buy it! Advertisements

LET’S START A WAR – From the yet-to-be-published novel

“What we had were too many leaders in business and politics who succumbed to the trappings of power, and turned their vision and minds inward on themselves instead of outward to the people… Continue reading

OLD MAN’S PLAINT, from a book not yet published.

“As my turn to live winds down, I wish for the world less runaway greed in the conduct of business, less corruption in the conduct of government, and universal appreciation of, and respect… Continue reading

A Soldier’s Dread

I had a conversation with a young American soldier on an airplane forty years ago at a time when his countrymen were coming home from Vietnam in body bags. Out of a flight… Continue reading

WINTER IN NEW BRUNSWICK

Where the author once lived

The Writer’s Travels

I’ve been to Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Belgium, Bermuda, Canada, Cayman Islands, China, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Holy See (Vatican City State), Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Liechtenstein,… Continue reading

Blue Mountains – Jamaica

FROM KATE HUNTINGTON’S JOURNAL – Her Himalayan journey

Last night a storm blew through the likes of which I’d never . . . The wind blew through the valleys . . .straight for my roof, roaring. Lightning . . . a… Continue reading

TOWER BRIDGE

Spanning time and a river

Excerpt from LET’S START A WAR

“Holy crap! How do we pull this off?” Wingwright asked. “We create a new government agency, an agency whose sole task is to persuade our citizens to believe anything the government tells them.”… Continue reading