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Vereen Gardens is a nature park near my home that I often visit. The Gardens are portion of what remains of land owned by one of the first families to settle in…

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Richmond, Virginia - August 2020 I hadn’t been to my hometown in quite some time so I was eager to see the state of the statues on Monument Ave. To say the…

My second week in Lisbon, and I did a lot of sight seeing. One of the first place I went was the Museum of Antique Art. I walked the short distance from my…

This final day was a scorcher, and we decided to get started early and take the walk up to the Slavin Monument, maybe a 30 minute from Old Town. We walked…

At the beginning of this month the plan was to drive to Washington DC the week of the peak bloom of the cherry blossom trees. It was all booked and on the…

My first blog of 2019! After a quiet day on the first day of the year, we ventured to the heart our city. The Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, located…

Today we visited Roland's most precious immovable property: two graves at the Zentralfriedhof. A grave at Zentralfriedhof is an expensive rotting place – almost…

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