The Long Way Home


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We are all strangers in a strange land, longing for home, but not quite knowing what or where home is. We glimpse it sometimes in our dreams, or as we turn a corner, and suddenly there is a strange, sweet familiarity that vanishes almost as soon as it comes…–Madeleine L’Engle, from  The Rock That Is Higher

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A travel and art diary where I share photography, vintage ephemera and personal history, as well as musings on the weird, wonderful things my husband Jeff and I find on the road.

Write me: lisatoboz@yahoo.com

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Strangely enough, your way of seeing feels like an extension of my own… my own seeing or my own dreams, I’m not sure. I might become a rabid fan.

Comment by eyegillian

Gillian,
That’s so funny that you mention this because when I saw your pictures on flickr, I felt the same way (I was too shy to say, so I’m glad that you did!). Your Saint John photos are so haunting and lovely. It’s a gift to be able to see what is familiar as if through someone else’s eyes – and that’s what your photos do.
Thanks so much for the comment, it’s so nice to read!

Comment by Lisa

Hi Lisa – we’ve never met, but I think I may have worked with and been friends with your mom when we were in high school. By any chance is your mom’s maiden name Linda Plaikner? Please contact me, even if I’m wrong. Thanks very much.
Judi

Comment by Judi (Yetsko) Litschge

Judi – how nice! My mother would love to hear from you. I contacted you this morning about how to do that.

Comment by Lisa

Lisa- what a great blog you have here! I’ve enjoyed reading and looking over your pics. You are very talented.

Jen

Comment by Lisa

Thanks for reading, your comment made my day!

Comment by Lisa

I love ‘It will melt someday’ – beautiful snowy branches, so understated.

Comment by Rachel Chown

Thank you for your kind words!

Comment by Lisa

I love the blog and love how the photos really expand the experience. I can’t wait for more trips and more things to blog about. More things like the kecksburgh UFO site!

Comment by Jeffrey Schreckengost

I’m looking forward to your blog! I will travel through your words.

Comment by Becky




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