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Nomad, Interrupted – Catbird In The U.s.a.   DA: 30 PA: 30 MOZ Rank: 60

  • Just after the snow melted, we went on Saturday, March 24 to the March for Our Lives, organized by the students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 students were gunned down by an unhinged ex-student
  • The March for Our Lives mission statement includes:

Maryland Heights: The Overlook Cliff Trail – Nomad   DA: 30 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 81

  • The Overlook Cliff Trail is 2.8 miles, or 2 hours round-trip from the trail head
  • The Stone Fort Trail is a loop that branches off the main trail and is 4.7 miles, 3 hours round-trip
  • Both of these distances are from the trail head, so the total distance is less as the Combined Trail is …

Gray Catbird Audubon Field Guide   DA: 15 PA: 30 MOZ Rank: 47

  • Rather plain but with lots of personality, the Gray Catbird often hides in the shrubbery, making an odd variety of musical and harsh sounds -- including the catlike mewing responsible for its name
  • At other times it moves about boldly in the open, jerking its long tail expressively
  • Most catbirds winter in the southern United States or the tropics, but a few linger far to the north if they

Beauty At Every Turn: Coeur D’Alene Scenic Byway – Oh, The   DA: 20 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 73

  • catbirdinamerica July 18, 2014 at 6:57 pm
  • Wow! Thanks for the trip down memory lane! I lived in Coeur d’Alene from 1980-1984, and went on this scenic route a number of times
  • My daughter, now 30, was born in Kootenai Memorial Hospital, which probably has a different name now! I haven’t seen Coeur d’Alene in all that time, so thank you

Hello And Thanks For Visiting The Little GSP! The Little GSP   DA: 16 PA: 7 MOZ Rank: 27

  • December 31, 2013 at 9:27 am Wow, your little Bailey sounds like a lively sort of fellow
  • I have a Bailey too, a Border Collie, but he’s getting up in years and isn’t nearly as sprightly as yours! 🙂

An Expat’s Top 10 Decorating Ideas: Easy And Inexpensive   DA: 22 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 77

  • catbirdinamerica says: August 1, 2014 at 1:48 pm You both are so creative! I love all these ideas
  • I may have to adopt some of them when I move to China in another month! Wonderful

Biggin Church Ruins   DA: 24 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 80

  • catbirdinamerica 9 Jun 2014 Reply
  • I love your black and white photos of them; the whole series is very atmospheric, ghostly, even
  • Appropriate given the history! I look forward to coming along to explore more of your ruins

About Rob – I See Beauty All Around   DA: 23 PA: 7 MOZ Rank: 37

  • catbirdinamerica says: December 20, 2013 at 9:38 am
  • No, I’ve never been to Green Springs Gardens
  • I’ll have to put it on my list!! I’m checking it out today
  • 🙂 I love finding new places to visit, so thanks for the heads up

New Folio: The Fish Shacks Of Pine Island Sound   DA: 24 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 82

  • “The Fish Shacks of Pine Island Sound,” my latest folio, is a collection of fourteen images of the few remaining historic fish shacks in Pine Island Sound
  • I have been working on the project for several years
  • Traveling by boat for almost an hour, I would try to shoot the huts at various times of […]

Windy Hill Catbird In Korea   DA: 28 PA: 45 MOZ Rank: 82

catbirdinamerica on travel theme: foliage: iseebeautyallaroundb… on travel theme: foliage: the korean war veter… on North Korea attacks the South… the korean war veter… on north korea sinks the south ko… weekly photo challen… on an april jaunt to busan

These Are A Few Of My Favorite Things – GALLIVANCE   DA: 14 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 74

  • catbirdinamerica says: December 23, 2013 at 7:27 AM
  • Terri, what an eclectic collection of ornaments to bring you wonderful memories of family, love and your travels and adventures
  • I love the suitcase, the camel (I can’t believe you made that!), Indian tiger, Egyptian Royalty and Good Glinda
  • All of those take me back to MY favorite memories

Butterfly Bounty Lady Of The Cakes   DA: 28 PA: 29 MOZ Rank: 68

  • Vicky’s lovely friends Frankie and David wrangled us freebie tickets to the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory
  • We showed up there on Wednesday, bright and early, before the arrival of the wild tourist hordes
  • Although fidgety by nature, when you’re surrounded by 1,500 of those dazzling beauties, some of them will

Spain’s Christmas Lottery: El Gordo East Of Málaga   DA: 16 PA: 46 MOZ Rank: 74

  • In the video, the boy is singing “one thousand euros“, which is the prize for that particular number drawn – and the girl sings the winning numbers which will each have that prize of one thousand euros
  • To be honest, it’s not the most riveting TV show …
  • unless they happen to draw your number, of course! The chances of winning a prize in the Spanish Christmas lottery are around 1:6

View From The Orange Grove Where's My Backpack   DA: 20 PA: 31 MOZ Rank: 64

  • It is the perfect spot to go for a wander, take in the view and maybe read a book underneath one of those glorious orange trees
  • If you fancy a wander through the orange grove next time you’re in Rome, you can find it on the Via di Santa Sabina on the top of the Aventine Hill
  • It is open from 7am until sunset

Moni Preveli, Preveli Beach, & Triopetra Greek Wanderings   DA: 29 PA: 49 MOZ Rank: 92

  • moni preveli, preveli beach, & triopetra
  • Tuesday, September 4: After lunch, I drive 14km east to Moni Preveli, a monastery that sits high above the Libyan Sea in peaceful isolation
  • It seems that the first core of the Monastery was organized on the area of the Monastery of Saint John the Baptist during the II Byzantine period of Crete, around

Christi Corbett’s Debut Novel ALONG THE WAY HOME   DA: 18 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 83

  • catbirdinamerica says: February 3, 2014 at 6:15 am
  • Sounds like an interesting story about people of courage and stamina

3 Nations Through 1 Keyhole Where's My Backpack   DA: 20 PA: 32 MOZ Rank: 68

  • High up on Aventine Hill, overlooking Rome, lies a most unusual villa
  • It is the Villa del Priorato dei Cavalieri di Malta, belonging to the Knights of Malta, otherwise known as the Knights of St
  • What makes it unusual is that the grounds of this ancient military order's villa are recognized by the state of…

National Arboretum Canberra Dadirridreaming   DA: 29 PA: 40 MOZ Rank: 86

  • catbirdinamerica says: April 28, 2014 at 10:13 pm Christine, it’s fun to see your fall colors at the arboretum as we in the northern hemisphere are just going into summer
  • That looks like a beautiful place
  • I love that metal found-objects sculpture
  • And it looks like the children had a fine time.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Layers Sunny District   DA: 27 PA: 42 MOZ Rank: 87

  • Revealing sediments deposited on the surface of the earth, received and accepted over the ages
  • Demonstrating the strength of the ocean, which can carve out rocks with sheer perseverance
  • And manifesting the continuum of time, over which all things big and small will be

At Home In Ecuador: Affordable Housing At It’s Finest   DA: 22 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 91

  • catbirdinamerica says: January 24, 2014 at 7:25 am Well, Kathryn, I had the unlucky circumstance of teaching at the University of Nizwa
  • The pay abroad for teaching is much better than in the States, and so I had no complaint about that
  • UNIZWA was difficult because of the power-hungry, dictatorial administration, and the students who are very

Buyeo Catbird In Korea   DA: 28 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 98

catbirdinamerica on travel theme: foliage: iseebeautyallaroundb… on travel theme: foliage: the korean war veter… on North Korea attacks the South… the korean war veter… on north korea sinks the south ko… weekly photo challen… on an april jaunt to busan

This Too Is Los Angeles… Wondering Rose   DA: 26 PA: 36 MOZ Rank: 83

  • Yes I live in Hollywood, and yes Oscar time approaches, but L.A. isn’t just a movie-land
  • The lives of the rich and famous are but a fraction of what goes on in the city
  • Grace, a seven-year-old girl from New York city whom I had the pleasure of meeting at my cash register yesterday told me, “ Winter in Los

Taj Mahal, India – The Simplicity Of Perfection! – The   DA: 19 PA: 27 MOZ Rank: 68

  • catbirdinamerica says: 11/11/2013 at 19:20
  • I had always heard that the Taj Mahal did not disappoint, Madhu, but when my friend and I went in March, 2011, I found myself disappointed
  • The main reason was the overall shabbiness of the grounds and the fact that there was no water in the watercourses! I see you have water in your pictures.

Mubarak Bin Basel In Oman Footshark   DA: 23 PA: 38 MOZ Rank: 84

  • catbirdinamerica says: November 19, 2013 at 12:22
  • I agree, Muscat is way too comfy for a nomad
  • Lucky for me, I lived in Nizwa, not Muscat, so I was right in the thick of all the mountains and wadis and many great things to explore
  • I believe I saw more of Oman than most Omanis did, at least according to my students.

Jo’s Monday Walk : Guisborough Forest And The Priory   DA: 13 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 87

  • catbirdinamerica says: May 20, 2014 at 3:39 pm
  • I would love to scan all my photos some day, Jo
  • I wish I had all the time in the world to do my hobbies of blogging, traveling, and photography, but as you know, I have other things I need to do right now
  • 😦 Ah, if only we had all the time and money in the world! Maybe one day I will get to

River Walk Up The Rio Chillar, Nerja East Of Málaga   DA: 16 PA: 48 MOZ Rank: 89

  • June 30, 2014 at 12:00 am We’ll see, Marianne
  • I would love to, but Mike is having his own ideas of where he’d like to go! Reply
  • June 28, 2014 at 7:43 pm Wow what a beautiful place
  • I lived 30 years in Miami am now back in germany my birthplace, considering in 6 years to move to your area.

About Ananthablahblah   DA: 29 PA: 7 MOZ Rank: 62

  • catbirdinamerica on November 15, 2013 at 12:30 pm said: Nice to meet you, Anantha, and to read about your world travels
  • It seems you will inspire me too! 🙂

Thursday’s Special : St. Mary’s Lighthouse Restlessjo   DA: 13 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 90

  • You might have thought I'd gone to Paris, but I couldn't resist one more Thursday's Special before I go
  • Much earlier in the year I paid an evening visit to St
  • Mary's Lighthouse and I've been itching to go back ever since
  • Saturday afternoon, warm and sunny at home, seemed to present the perfect opportunity.…

The Seamstress ~ By María Dueñas – In Search Of A Thousand   DA: 29 PA: 43 MOZ Rank: 100

  • Friday, December 27: The Seamstress is a Spanish woman who finds herself in Morocco at the start of the Spanish Civil War
  • Left high and dry by a lover who whisked her away from Madrid, she fends for herself by becoming a high-class seamstress to wives of …

Sistas In Oman: Part I – Raggamuslims   DA: 26 PA: 34 MOZ Rank: 89

  • catbirdinamerica says: January 2, 2014 at 1:51 pm
  • Since I’ve met three of these ladies, it was especially fun to read about them
  • Is Stephanie now back in Oman? By the way, I love your new theme! I’ve toyed with this one before; this looks great with the palm trees

Why Do I Love Thee L.A.   DA: 26 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 20

  • catbirdinamerica says: December 9, 2013 at 3:25 am
  • This is great, Rosie! The Huntington sounds marvelous, and so does Malibu Pier and the walk you took near the Hollywood sign
  • I also like Mahalia’s mention of the farmers’ markets
  • All of those things sound appealing to me
  • I’ll also be there with my sister from the 2nd to the 5th, and

Look Who Strayed Into My Mango Tree! – The Urge To Wander   DA: 19 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 100

  • Look Who Strayed Into My Mango Tree! I am not sure if this gorgeous Indian Pitta* I spied on ‘my’ mango tree, was just taking a break on his way someplace else, or if he will continue to grace us with his presence through the cooler season
  • I hope it will be the latter, and I will soon have a whole brood of these fluffy orange creatures to

One Trip EVERY Month: Exploring My New Zealand   DA: 24 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 18

  • catbirdinamerica says: February 7, 2014 at 2:11 am Yes, I posted my first one about the 17-mile drive at Pebble Beach in California, where I went in January

Wadi Shab – The Turquoise Jewel Of Oman A Fleeting Footprint   DA: 21 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 17

  • Wadi Shab The Turquoise Jewel of Oman
  • The Eastern Hajar mountains are a permanent companion as you drive down the north-eastern coast of Oman from Muscat towards Sur
  • Their ochre flanks are often shrouded in a dusty haze and old stone forts stand sentinel on the peaks
  • Behind them lies the dry interior of Oman and the edge of the

Black And White – The (Urban-Wildlife) Interface   DA: 33 PA: 21 MOZ Rank: 88

  • If there was ever a place that breathed street life, it’s New Orleans
  • When the sun goes down, the streets come alive
  • There are street corner soloists and ensembles and the people who were set up with typewriters and desks offering to pound out instant short stories and erotica for a fistful of dollars

Candied Walnuts And Pecans The Little GSP   DA: 16 PA: 25 MOZ Rank: 76

  • December 31, 2013 at 9:25 am These candied walnuts looks fabulous
  • They look like perfect holiday gifts! Happy holidays! Reply
  • January 1, 2014 at 8:41 pm Thank you and Happy Holidays to you as well! 🙂

Share Your World – 2014 Week 23 Wanderings Of An Elusive   DA: 18 PA: 42 MOZ Rank: 96

  • Share Your World – 2014 Week 23
  • Posted on June 11, 2014 by Carol
  • Cee posted her weekly questions on Monday, as usual and I am now going to attempt to answer them, as usual
  • Most of the time, as usual, that is
  • Now and then, I miss a week, usually on a week when I haven’t the brain power to produce words

MINOR DEITIES « Bluebrightly   DA: 16 PA: 26 MOZ Rank: 79

  • Their flowers long gone, water lillies gently wave sun-shaped leaves on dark water
  • Stems' crescent curves emerge - roots somewhere in the mud below
  • Nymphaea odorata: crowds of once fragrant water nymphs, still cavorting, giving shape to formless water
  • *** And cattail leaves - inked scribbles, reflected back to sky
  • Nymphaea odorata is the Fragrant…

Weekly Photo Challenge Widgets 2017 Cardinal Guzman   DA: 28 PA: 48 MOZ Rank: 12

  • Weekly Photo Challenge Widgets 2017
  • Posted on 24/12/2016 by Cardinal Guzman
  • Since 2012 I’ve been making unofficial widgets for WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge
  • Of course I have to keep the tradition this year
  • As usual these are public domain, which means you can use them however you like
  • I participate in WordPress’ Weekly Photo

Eat. Move. Learn. Confessions Of A Nomad   DA: 30 PA: 27 MOZ Rank: 96

  • I’ve just discovered these three incredibly inspiring travel-videos from independent filmmaker Rick Mereki
  • They are amazing and so uplifting! No wonder they went viral within 3 days
  • The Aussie filmmaker along with Tim White and actor Andrew Lees spent 6 weeks travelling 11 countries and 38,000 miles..managing to squeeze there spectacular journey in to 60 […]

1st International Day Of The Girl October 11, 2012 My   DA: 19 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 10

  • The United Nations has officially declared October 11, 2012 as the world's first International Day of the Girl Child
  • The theme of this year's IDG is ending 'child' marriage
  • Over 30% of girls in developing countries are married before 18 years of age; around 14% are married before the age of 15

Weekly Photo Challenge ~ Family The Eternal Traveller   DA: 33 PA: 42 MOZ Rank: 9

catbirdinamerica says: January 19, 2014 at 8:30 am Australian magpies are such pretty birds, Carol, and knowing how hard it is to capture birds in general, these are great captures.

When Mom’s Away, The Cats Will Play Wanderings Of An   DA: 18 PA: 46 MOZ Rank: 8

  • When Mom’s Away, the Cats Will Play
  • The trip was wonderful – there will probably be more on that as time goes by – but it is good to be home
  • Encouraged and aided by this equally innocent little creature, I am sure
  • They found their way to the shelves on which the baskets and bins of yarn live.

Weekly Writing Challenge: Haiku Catchoo – Lucid Gypsy   DA: 14 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 7

  • catbirdinamerica says: November 26, 2013 at 12:13 pm
  • What a perfect pairing of photo and words, Gilly
  • You are really talented to be able to master the art of haiku

Travel Theme: Symbol – Lucid Gypsy   DA: 14 PA: 32 MOZ Rank: 90

  • catbirdinamerica says: December 8, 2013 at 1:36 pm
  • I love the pagan symbol, and all the British symbols as well
  • Thanks for the history lesson in a nutshell

Andalucía: Antequera’s Bronze Age Dolmens & On To Málaga   DA: 29 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 5

  • Antequera is a city in the province of Málaga
  • It is known as “the heart of Andalucía” because of its central location between Málaga, Granada, Cordoba and Seville
  • It is noted for two large Bronze Age dolmens
  • In addition, the Vega de Antequera, watered by the river Guadalhorce, is a fertile agricultural area that provides cereals

Public Domain Cardinal Guzman   DA: 28 PA: 19 MOZ Rank: 93

  • The two previous years I’ve made unofficial widgets for WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge
  • This year I’d completely forgotten about it until Paula reminded me
  • So here they are, as a celebration of the beginning of WPC 2014 – Weekly Photo Challenge 2014, the brand new unofficial widgets:
  • The widgets are public domain and free to use.

About Captain Jills Journeys   DA: 24 PA: 7 MOZ Rank: 78

  • I am an independent woman who works on the water and I love to travel the world whenever I can
  • I started out sailing on my fathers old schooner, got my own sea snark when I was a kid and worked around town on lots of friends fishing boats and the party boats down the street.

Weekly Photo Challenge – Layers The Eternal Traveller   DA: 33 PA: 42 MOZ Rank: 2

  • Weekly Photo Challenge – Layers
  • Coles Bay rests peacefully between The Hazards, a mountainous granite formation which juts out into the ocean, and Freycinet National Park on the east coast of Tasmania
  • At the end of the day the water is glass-like and the layers of ocean debris washed up on the shore can be clearly seen.

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