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This is a representation of Jesus riding on a donkey found in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Here I am riding on a camel outside of Jerusalem at a place called the "Good Samaritan Inn." The camel was owned by some Bedouins. For $10 I got to go inside their tent, wear one of their robes, drink coffee, listen to one of them play music, and ride their camel. One of them saw my Casio watch tied to my bag and asked for that too, but I didn't give it to them.
This lion is located in the Louvre Museum in Paris.

This is the same lion but from the side view. I really liked this lion, but I can't remember the history about it.

This is the chapel at Mission San Miguel, which is located about 40 miles north of San Luis Obispo in Central California. I think San Miguel is my favorite mission because of this chapel. It is very stunning inside.
This was taken many years ago during a college Christmas break vacation I went on with two friends (one of them being the glowing fellow below). This is in the Observation Room (102nd floor I think) at the Empire State Building in New York. It's a weird picture. It was only meant to be a picture of me in front of the window, but at the last second my glowing friend said, "Dave, do you know that someone scratched the name 'God' in the window above you." And just as I turned to look...Click! (By the way, click on the picture to see the larger version of the picture and you can see the scratched name.)
This is the former Frater Gerard at Mission Santa Barbara. After this picture was developed, we referred to him as the "Fifth member of the Holy Family."
This is Rafael, lawyer and saint, showing off his rainbow halo at the top of Nevada Falls in Yosemite.
This is a street sign in San Francisco, "The End of Century Street."
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