Tag Archives: Kurdistan

Morning River Walk

Every day on the way to work, we go over a bridge with a river – mostly dry riverbed – below.  It looks sort of intriguing, partly because it’s a moving body of water and anything moving somewhere intrigues me … Continue reading

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Springtime Picnic in the Mountains!

The Kurds, (like the Gulf Arabs) here in Kurdistan anyway, seem to be mad for picnicking, and as soon as the warmer spring weather arrives, people from the cities make for one of the many beautiful spots in the mountains … Continue reading

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Back in Iraq

Ok, so I am finally posting something here.  I think about it frequently; I walk about my life mentally composing phrases and passages but thus far, nothing has made it so far as my keyboard. So, to start, and just … Continue reading

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