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Postcards From Egypt: Part 1 – In Their Shoes

Last night I was on the phone with my dad who asked me “what is with all the violence going on over there? The U.S. Government isn’t responsible for that movie.”  And what he said is the truth. Absolutely. As… Continue Reading

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Conversation With Marcus Partin: Wine Enthusiast to Wine Village Developer

Q: Hi, Marcus. I hear you’re the guy with the vision and plan for the Shasta Wine Village. I know you’re crazy-busy, so we are extra appreciative that you took time to talk with us. Continue Reading

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Postcards from Egypt: Part 2 – Generosity is a National Trait

There is only one thing Egyptians have more of than patience, and that is their generosity. I have never met a more giving and sharing people in all my life. As said earlier in Part 1, where I quoted Al-Hajjaj ibn… Continue Reading

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Postcards from Egypt: Salah ad-Din’s Castle

The night I arrived in Cairo it was after dark and we were in the taxi ride from hell, however I did open my eyes long enough for my soon-to-be husband to point out a huge castle as we drove… Continue Reading