Self’s 2012 in Pictures: # 5

Snow Crest Inn, Dharamsala:  When self opened her curtains in the morning, this was the view that greeted her.

Snow Crest Inn, Dharamsala: Every morning, when self opened her curtains, this was the view that greeted her.

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A Few Things to Look Forward to in 2013:

Museo Italo Americano’s “Contemporaneity:  Signs of Modern Times/ The Sedna Group” opens March 22, closes July 21.

The San Francisco Opera honors Guiseppi Verdi’s bicentennial with a performance of Verdi’s Requiem, Oct. 25 (Tickets for this one are probably beyond self’s ozone)

Stay tuned, dear blog readers.  Stay tuned.

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