Monthly Archives: April 2013

“Cold to Cold” (Part VII) – Washington, D.C.

WARNING:  This posting contains art!  A regular among the tens of readers was totally disinterested by the previous art posting.  What can I say?  Girls’ hockey season is over.  Besides, I’m a Renaissance man – meaning I know absolutely nothing about … Continue reading

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“Cold to Cold” (Part VI) – Salem

[The quintessential Salem photo.  Taken in The Burying Point on the 3rd day, just what one would expect from a ghostly graveyard photo.  I didn’t use it in the previous post because it needed to be a story lead.  Maybe … Continue reading

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“Cold to Cold” (Part V) – Salem

[Salem, day two, after noshing on Ziggy and Sons donuts.] [Once considered as a possible domicile for our hosts.] [I believe once a habitat for Nathaniel Hawthorne.  And I believe I could be wrong.] [Somewhere along the way to, or in … Continue reading

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“Cold to Cold” (Part IV) – Salem

[We boarded the train at Boston’s North Station for the half hour commute to Salem.  We were going to pay a visit to “old” D.C. friends, Rose (a native Minneapolitan) and Dick (a native of Massachusetts) McMullen, who had just … Continue reading

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Recent Stuff

[As we await the return of the sailing vessels to beautiful Lake Darling, and before we return to the East Coast trip and Salem, let’s review some recent events.] [It’s still mostly winter as we gaze out the bedroom window … Continue reading

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“Cold to Cold” (Part III) – Boston

[This is still the same day, same bus tour.  Having visited the historical Boston hinterlands, we returned to the city.  And ran across yet another institution of higher learning – Boston University, home of the Terriers.  BU has 31,000 students … Continue reading

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