Confronting Alzheimer's Disease
 
created by
 
Michael McCaffery
"El Loco"
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Latest Update:
January 17, 2021

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)

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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.

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