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Yes! This is the #Wormhole We Want!

Wishing for a Wormhole

The Last Of The Sun (For Today)
The red sun sets over The Hōlei Sea Arch. This geomorphologic wonder is located along the cliffs, at the current end of Chain of Craters Road on Ka Lae’apuki (Cape). The arch is named for a small native plant in the milkweed family. Copyright by WyoJones. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

I’m setting up this blog back in Wyoming. It’s 17 degrees outside. I look at the picture and I’m back there with the warm, slightly damp air blowing across our faces and the sound of waves.

If only I could travel there by wormhole, because flying is the pits!

I’ll bet you’d take a wormhole there, wouldn’t you?

Perilously yours,


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