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A Local Craft Baltimore is architecturally known for the row houses with the white marble steps. But another lesser known craft is the screen paintings. If…

Due to circumstances beyond my control, when I was a senior in high school I was taking several courses with underclassmen. English, Math, and Social Studies…

Our father and our mother went to public schools.   Even though we were living in Baltimore where almost all the children of professionals (like doctors,…

My husband Bob was a Naval aviator, so when we travel, we often go to museums with an airplane theme.  Some you may have heard of ( Smithsonian National Air and…

Deep Creek is a small community  on US 17 south of Norfolk at the head of the Dismal Swamp Canal.   There is a free dock in this area called Elizabeth's Dock…

It is easy to understand that our great great great grandparents did not have cars or even electricity.  But it may be hard for young people realize that the…

The village of Corolla was a thriving community that began to grow in 1875 after the lighthouse was built. The area was popular for waterfowl hunts, and in 1890…

We were on our way to Penn Yan in upstate NY, and it is just a little too far to drive in one day. So I decided to stop off halfway. I wanted to revisit some of…

We watch a lot of HGTV - (House Hunters, Property Brothers, Fixer Upper, Love it or List It) and one of the things I hear people say is "It's not my Style"  In…

In some places in the world (like England), if you ask for a milkshake and don't specify that you want ice cream in it, you will get some shaken up milk. And in…

In 1937, Morgan City became known as the "jumbo" shrimp capitol of the world. In the early days of shrimping, "You could have gone boat to boat to boat and…

In 2009 I took my second oldest granddaughter on a Baltic Cruise. One of the places we visited was Tallin, Estonia. Most of the reviews I read said that the old…

From 1960 to 1963 we lived in Norfolk. Every time I went to visit my parents in Baltimore, I drove up US 17, which at that time went right through (or around)…
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