Thanks to Chris for sending (and volunteering!):
“I’m currently in Poland and Ukraine. I’ve been here two weeks and will stay until mid-April. I came as a “stray” as we’re called; that is we’re non-affiliated and serve where needed. I’m principally bringing supplies from Poland into Ukraine by handcart. We go full and then bring back refugees. It’s heartbreaking overall. There are a lot of Americans here. People from all over the world are here also. So many doing whatever they can to ease refugee suffering.“
“at Raquel’s Ark animal rescue in Volcan.
I learned after the visit that sloths don’t like to be held.”
Thanks to R for sending from the top of St Moritz in Switzerland!
Thanks to Reana for sending these great shots from Lisbon. Read More
“From Grindelwald, Switzerland. Stunningly beautiful. Photos can’t really do the mountains justice!”
“Acadia National Park”
Thanks to Chris and Mark for sending from Spain:
“We booked a trip late Winter 2021 when it looked like Covid was under control, vaccines available and Europe was opening up.
With vaccination cards and negative tests we followed through with our Sitges, Spain travel. Beach was crowded and the majority of stores, restaurants and bars operating outdoors with masking and social distancing mandatory.
Just tested negative so we could re-enter.
Awesome trip, but not recommended!!”
And thanks to Tall E for sending from Glacier National Park in Montana. This is from the beach at the Lake McDonald Lodge.”
Thanks to Chris for sending from “Bender Fortress in Transnistria”
Chris has a dope old school T. Haven’t seen that one in a while. I should be attending the unofficial PoPville happy hour next Thursday the 15th at Wundergarten in NoMa. I’ll bring the new edition of t-shirts with me if anyone is traveling soon or just wants one. Happy and safe travels!
Thanks to Rebecca for sending the above: “When you’re missing baseball…”
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Thanks to Justin for sending “from the “EAST-WEST / WEST-EAST” art installation by Richard Serra way out in the desert.”