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Erik's Masonic Journey

Mon, 27 Nov 2000

On Saturday I was raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason, and it was incredible! Brethren from five different lodges collaborated on the degree work, and if I could remember all of their names off the top of my head I would thank each of them individually. I enjoyed the Fellowcraft degree so much that I thought it would be impossible for the Master Mason degree to beat it, but by golly, it did. What an excellent degree!

Bro. Mark Barondes from Pacific Lodge No. 50 came down from Salem, OR, to watch my degree be conferred, and I wanted to thank him specifically as he drove a long way and had to sleep in his car. Thanks, Bro. Mark!

I don't have any links to share today, but I would like to announce that I am going to be moving to a new job in December. Those of you who wish to contact me via e-mail, please use my permanent address, erik@aarg.net.

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