Monthly Archives: May 2013

Bubbles for Anna

Bubbles for Anna By Rey Spadoni A pinkish weave for happier times and not of her choosing Draped across aged seeming knees and for reasons unwanted Wheeling forward not of her making, stopping for him to Steal a smoke away … Continue reading

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Emerging from the clouds

The air we breathe, the water we drink, and the land we inhabit are not only critical elements in the quality of life we enjoy – they are a reflection of the majesty of our Creator.     Rick Perry Following … Continue reading

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The Other Half Mile

I recently posted (here) that I was on a long and straight “scenic” drive in Big Cypress National Preserve in Florida .  I stated, rather seriously (seriously), that 22.5 of the 23 miles I crossed didn’t offer a great deal … Continue reading

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Mount Washington, then and now

We visited New Hampshire recently, a weekend getaway destination of ours for decades.  From North Conway, you can enjoy this sweeping vista of Mount Washington and the MW Valley (click for a larger view).  Here’s a bit of info on … Continue reading

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