Massachusett’ s Beauty

Vedavati has been in the US to obtain her next visa so she can continue to live in India. While she has been here she has visited friends and family and seen a lot of the beauty the US has to offer.

As always this post contains photos taken by Vedavati. The words are hers although I (Karuna) may have done some editing of the text.

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This is the wildest thing I’ve seen in years… the plane’s shadow within a rainbow circle. This was on the way to Boston.

The video below shows the house and yard of one of my relatives. It is located in Ipswich, Massachusetts, north of Boston.

The photos in the section below were taken at Newburyport Harbor about 20 minutes from where I’m staying. I absolutely LOVE New England!

The canopy above where I’m sitting. It’s so beautiful.

The flowers below are from a lily garden at a friend of a relative’s house, north of Boston.

A “volunteer” off of another friend’s deck.

It’s a windy video taken from a relative’s red convertible (sooo fun!) But if the video is stopped, you can easily see that we are passing by an old cemetery. These are dotted all over Boston and the surrounding area. On one headstone from another cemetery was written “Here LYES. (name) died in 1776. There’s nothing like this in TX, i promise you. I LOVE New England!

Status Report: Monkeys at Amritapuri, India

Jerry and Tom haven’t been seen since the last time I wrote about them. Will they ever come back? There is no way to know. We can only keep our eyes open and hope they will return. We can appreciate our time with them at Amritapuri or remember the feelings they gave us through the posts.

There was s new monkey in June. I thought Ralph would be a good name for him. My son also thought it was a good name but wanted the opportunity to see what the monkey thought about it first. Meanwhile, I noticed he refers to him as Ralph.

Ralph

I don’t want to give too much information, but I feel as if I can relate a lot to this next video of Ralph at my current age and circumstance.

Washington State, North Carolina and Georgia Beauty

Vedavati came to the US from India to get a new visa. She visited me in Washington State while she was in the US, and we had a nice time together. These are some of the photos from her trip. This first picture was taken here in Washington.

Woodinville,Washington Sunrise

The next six photos were taken in North Carolina.

June 3
June 3
June 3
June 6
June 6
June 6

The remainder of the photos were taken in Georgia.

Her finger is in the way but you can enlarge the photo to see the farmhouses. Vedavati loved them.
The farmhouses are on the left here. She loved how the old buildings weather.
On the lake!
More of the lake. I love the Great Smoky Mountains in the background.
Vedavati’s cousin Sue Ellen and her two pups.
Vedavati on the lake!
Another lake view.
The lake is named Lake Blue Ridge.

I loved seeing the beautiful and expansive sights in the three US states. Thanks to Vedavati that we can all enjoy the sights on her trip together.

What Really Happened!

Tom went towards the food supplies and Satvamrita said “No No No” to him. Tom backed out of the room and bounded up the stairs passing Satvamrita in the process. Satvamrita had seen him pass someone on the stairs earlier in the day so he wasn’t nervous. Tom stopped briefly and looked at Satvamrita, scratched a place on himself that itched and nonchalantly walked away.

Nightmare Monkey 2- Fake Story-Total Fiction

On April 17, I published the first nightmare monkey story on my blog. I thought of another nightmare monkey story when I saw this video with Tom, the new monkey that recently showed up.


Tom casually strolled into the cafe only to be greeted by Satvamrita who told Tom that he could not have the food he wanted. Tom rushed up the stairs passing Satvamrita in the process. Satvamrita casually let him pass, thinking that he was the boss of the place.

Tom looked down across the stairs at Satvamrita and saw the smug look in his eyes. Forgetting how old he was and knowing that he had one last fight in him, Tom jumped and growled at Satvamrita baring his sharp teeth. As he watched Satvamrita shake in abject fear, Tom felt some sense of satisfaction. Tom waltzed back into the cafe and took whatever food he wanted, showing all who the real boss of the place was.

Where is Jerry? Did Tom Have Anything to with His Disappearance?

Jerry has not been seen since Tom showed up at the western café. Tom looks old enough to be Jerry’s father. Is that a clue? Tom has a missing finger and a split lip. He could’ve had a rough life. Could that possibly be a clue?

A New Mystery- Tom

There is another monkey at the ashram. He visited the western cafe yesterday. Satvamrita said he is older than Jerry, has a different hair style and a missing finger. He named this monkey Tom.

Where did he come from? Is he related to Jerry? Are there other monkeys in the ashram? Where has Jerry gone?

Jerry: King of the World?

Jerry, the monkey, has been coming to the ashram’s western cafe almost every day for awhile. He almost always takes eggs.

He also has been seen in other parts of the ashram. From some place, he is getting coconuts. Since half eaten onions have been found, we know he is also taking them. I wonder if he gets coconuts from the man who sells fresh coconut water at the ashram daily.

He never comes to the cafe when it is raining. Where does he find shelter from the rain?

There have been other sightings as well. Yesterday, Akshay saw him walking on two legs like a human. The first video is from yesterday when Satvamrita saw him walking on the tin roof of the auditorium.

When I saw the second video, I thought he looked like a king surveying his kingdom, or was he just ignoring Satvamrita?

Jerry: A New Era?

Three days in a row, Jerry has shown up at the western cafe. Is this the beginning of a new era? Is Jerry growing up? The last monkey post was the first of those days. And this one contains the next two days of videos. As Satvamrita’s mother, I am a bit concerned about the last one. What is for sure is we have the opportunity to work out issues related to living learning and letting go.