"Fourteen Weeks" is a series of updates that Ethan Gelber and Jane Higgins wrote
as a means of staying in touch with friends and family as they traveled around the world in 2002 and 2003.
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First 14 Weeks (2002) — Part One: Introduction | Part Two: Australia | Part Three: Hong Kong | Part Four: Africa
Second 14 Weeks (2002) — Part One: Introduction, Ireland | Part Two: Europe and U.S. | Part Three: Europe | Part Four: North America
Third 14 Weeks (2002–2003) — Part One: Introduction, U.S. | Part Two: Mexico, Brazil | Part Three: U.S. | Part Four: U.S., Australia | Part Five: U.S.
Eight weeks ago . . .
Seven weeks ago, Jane, who had returned directly to New York, was in full swing reuniting with international friends at a Hague Appeal for Peace meeting on peace education. Meanwhile, Ethan had detoured east from Houston to stop in on Padraic, professoring history at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Padraic's two-day tour (by bike and by car) of campus, the city, and the surrounding Gulf floodplains and its gastronomic greatness is not to be missed! Ethan made it back to NYC just in time to join Jane at a one-night-only show of some of Jeff Stock's music, and a soon-to-close exhibition of Carl Lyttle's photography.
Six weeks ago . . .
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