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Traveling down the Amalfi Coastline of Italy came to mind immediately when I saw this weeks photo challenge – zigzag. If visiting Italy, don’t miss it. It is truly spectacular 🙂 ———— For other interpretations of this the Weekly Photo … Continue reading
Summer in New England is simple. We spend as much time at the beach and lakes as possible and enjoy our home grown fruits, vegetables and flowers. We’re having a great summer, and here’s hoping you are too. 🙂 For other interpretations of … Continue reading
In the mid 1800’s, western Kansas was home to Native American Indians, buffalo, and a few settlers living in dugouts. When the Kansas Pacific Railroad tracks went through, a group of Germans from Pennsylvania arrived and formed a community which … Continue reading
The beauty of a palm tree and other lush landscaping against the ruins of Pompeii amazed me. Mount Vesuvius, five miles from Pompeii, erupted in 79 A.D. to bury two thousand people living in town, wealthy vacationers residing in the villas, … Continue reading
I’ve been ‘between’ a lot of people, places, issues and a few rocks in my lifetime. 🙂 But riding in a gondola through one of Venice’s 340 canals under the bridges that go between houses could possibly be one of the best ‘between’ … Continue reading
May through September, you will find me in my favorite room – the garden. 🙂 For more photo interpretations of room check out the Daily Post.
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April 21, 1769 – August 30, 1811. 42 years old. My mind spins wondering who Benjamin Page was – husband, father, grandfather, friend, farmer, mill worker? Mr. Pare is buried in the Landaff, NH, Town Cemetery across the dirt road … Continue reading
There is nothing like watching my granddaughter fly a kite at Hampton Beach. Here’s hoping your weekend is over the top. 🙂 Check here to see other posts that are “On Top.”