Tag Archives: Argentina

Killington Uncorked
July 26, 2018

Sun-filled summer days

By Becca Zidik

Vis pour voyager, et voyager pour vivre!  Translation: Live to travel, and travel to live – with a getaway to Southern France! Sunglasses and suntans are reminiscent of Biscaye Baie Sauvignon Blanc from the Gascony region of France. Known for…

Mountain Meditation
July 11, 2018

Why volunteering is not enough

By Marguerite Jill Dye

A family friend of 60 years responded to my open letter to Pope Francis, printed in last week’s Mountain Times. She sent me a beautiful message in response to my comments that “America has lost its compassion for the suffering” and…

Mountain Meditation
July 5, 2018

Open letter to Pope Francis

By Marguerite Jill Dye (Her 100th Column!)

Your Holiness,

Although I believe we’ve never met in person, I feel as if I know you. Our lives overlapped for a time in Buenos Aires when you were the Superior of the Society of the…

Sports
October 23, 2015

Rugby World Cup quarterfinals in the books

By Maxx Steinmetz

The first of the knock out rounds is now over, and the battle between northern and southern hemispheres has been decided.

South Africa v. Wales

Wales was looking to have once again held off their adversary in a world cup match, despite…