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Blog your block: Florida

*** Unfortunately, I am unable to walk any reasonable distance because I need a knee replacement (I keep postponing it). But, I can tell you about my neighborhood as seen from a car and  my front yard. I moved to

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Where’s Aldo?

*** Gunhaven was a small town, population less than 6000 citizens.  The town sat at the base of Gunny Mountain at an elevation of 7,743 feet ( 2360 m).  The mountain itself rose to 14, 810 feet (4514 m).  The

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Deb and Jim lived in a house on a cul-de-sac next to a sprawling park.  It didn’t look like much of a park with only a few small trees, but that’s to be expected in Albuquerque.  Parks are pretty sparse

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Me, Myself, and I

For many years I  had certain expectations of my family.  However, as I grew up I realized how evasive my mother was about her past.  Both parents kept secrets from us kids.  Maybe they thought they were right in doing

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  Dear you, do not brave sound and device To promulgate some that would suffice A grain of sand from far is blurred As are you a far off word This gift carried by southern winds The impetus, dear you,

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On the careful budgeting of time

  Time travel has been an area of interest ever since H.G. Wells published “The Time Machine” in 1895. Only ten years later, Albert Einstein’s theory of special relativity actually answered part of the question whether time travel would be

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Gunga Din and me

I grew up in a family of devoted readers.  My history with books began with my mother reading to me, and most importantly, reading to me at bedtime.  I read so many books as a child.  I loved Grimm’s Fairy tales and  I

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