Monthly Archives: June 2016

Hallowed Ground

Death, Death all around! Boom, whiz, crash – severed limbs, blood and gore! 100,000 in this battle, 70,000 in the next. Who are they? So many – approximately 75% buried without names – just never going home again. What? Where? … Continue reading

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Graduation in Norwalk or When Did He Grow Up?

‘In response to those who say to stop dreaming and face reality, I say keep dreaming and make reality.’ Kristian-Kan, author and editor. What a wonderful week.  Anita arrived in Norwalk to the welcoming arms of Celeste, Joe, Justin and … Continue reading

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Smokey Mountains and Blue Ridge Parkway

For the last two days we have spent time in the Smokey Mountains and the southern portion of the Blue Ridge Parkway! Those beautiful green mountains! Trees clinging to the swell of mountains giving them the look of giant green … Continue reading

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Stone River Civil War Battlefield

Stone River Civil War Battlefield I am on a very special trip. A road trip with Anita, our eldest daughter, to Norwalk, Connecticut to celebrate with our eldest grandson as he graduates from high school. Our trip involves a bit … Continue reading

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