Confronting Alzheimer's Disease
 
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Michael McCaffery
"El Loco"
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Last Update:
October 21, 2020

The photos below show Cairns near our home, leading to the tombstones below, near a large arroyo, whose intermittent waters flow to a larger river, thence ultimately into the ocean.

They are prehistoric in the sense that they were built by settlers who came here first

(meaning before Liz and I came in 2017).   Some of these are likely over four years old.

I am one of the very few people who walk this small canyon several times a week, and I almost always add a small stone or two to the four - now five - cairns that now grace this arroyo, all except the original placed by Liz or myself.

El Loco

(Cairn Builder and Protector)

Four 
Of The
Five
Cairns

Tombstones at the end of the path, from the 1830's, a reminder of the end and ultimately renewal.

Tombstones at the end of the path, from the 1830's, a reminder of the end and ultimately renewal.

 
Other websites by this Author that may be of interest to the Reader:
 
www.turquoiseline.com
 
www.myjourneytowardpeace.com
 
www.michaelmccaffery.com
 
Other websites by this Author that may be of interest to the Reader:
 
www.turquoiseline.com
 
www.myjourneytowardpeace.com
 
www.michaelmccaffery.com
 
Other websites by this Author that may be of interest to the Reader:
 
www.turquoiseline.com
 
www.myjourneytowardpeace.com
 
www.michaelmccaffery.com
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