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Bloody Turning Point

“Fourscore and seven years ago our father brought forth, upon this continent, a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal….” Date July 4th 1863 – Place Gettysburg, PA.  – A clash … Continue reading

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A Birthday Lunch

On Tuesday we celebrated Celeste birthday with a lunch at Valencia Luncheria, a Venezuelan restaurant that Celeste and Joe enjoy.  We experienced delicious Arepas for the first time, a ground maze dough pocket stuffed with a variety of delicious meats. … Continue reading

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Visit with Family

Our stay at Croton Point was planned so that we could visit with Celeste, Joe and family. We attended church with them on Sunday at Northeast Community Church. It was a wonderful time of fellowship, singing and teaching. That afternoon … Continue reading

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Wow What a Week – Ohio River to the Hudson.

We have been so busy, going here and there, back and forth from our camp to visit family and back that I haven’t stopped to write. Let me tell you about a couple of the great places we have camped. … Continue reading

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Crossing the Carb Delta

Otherwise known as the Mississippi Delta It’s been a couple of days since I blogged and we have covered a lot of ground. The days have been long travel days, partly trying to follow routes marked as scenic, others times … Continue reading

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Its Hot and We Are Out of Here

“Hot town, summer in the city Back of my neck getting dirty and gritty Been down, isn’t it a pity Doesn’t seem to be a shadow in the city All around, people looking half dead Walking on the sidewalk, hotter … Continue reading

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A Tragedy

Back to our arrival – The Coleman camper that was in the spot just across from us was our first clue that something was wrong – something had happened here.  The camper had the whole back end crushed – just … Continue reading

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Springtime on the Road

Ahh, the first blooms of spring!  The sun is shining, the birds are singing and we are in the mood to travel!  We took the RV out to Lake Lavon late last week for a shakeout trip, it was very, … Continue reading

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A New Experience

It’s been a little over a week. We reached a point that for Mom’s safety it was time for us to find her some professional care and as I said in my last post, we found that place in Arbor … Continue reading

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A Week of Decisions

My heart is breaking and I think I have moved into a long-term state of depression and greaving. What a week it has been, let me fill you in.  I have received an education in senior living and senior care this … Continue reading

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