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The quality of the travel experience is an underlying theme at this site.

Author Phil Cousineau, in his book The Art of Pilgrimage offers an excercise in attending to and recalling one's travel. He suggested to a friend that he write a poem each day while on the road. While that proved impractical for his friend it was something he did during one week of the journey.

To this day, his memories of that time are the fondest of all his travels because, as he has told me, "When everything is a possible poem, the word is suddenly more interesting."

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