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January 12, 2016

Follow The Former Grauman’s Chines Theater     We moved to California, the Los Angeles Area, Bell, to be exact, in what was the summer before I entered sixth grade. My father had brought us west, from Ohio, to Winslow, Arizona, and no matter how many coroners one might stand on,...
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December 12, 2015

Follow Billy Graham Library     Located at 4330 Westmont Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina, the Billy Graham Library far exceeded all of my expectations, and artfully managed to honor its namesake, while giving God all glory. The Library has the feel of a Presidential Library and Museum, and perhaps rightfully so,...
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November 10, 2015

Follow National Museum of Naval Aviation Naval Air Station Pensacola     What an amazing place! If you ever find yourself feeling a bit blue about the state of affairs, in our nation, hop in your car, get on a plane or train and step into this bastion of American history;...
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October 21, 2015

Follow The Wright Museum of World War II   I loved this museum, there was so much to see and it was beautifully and thoughtfully laid out!  Last year, we visited it during the Smithsonian Free Museum day, and went back, last night, to listen to a lecture on the Victory...
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Remembering Nine Eleven Public Square

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September 11, 2015

Follow New York City Nine-Eleven Memorial and Museum     Last autumn, we saw the New York City 9-11 Memorial and toured the Museum; the last of the three major memorials, which commemorate the attack on the United States, of September 11, 2001.  Over the years, since the attack, we have...
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Perfect Post Cards – Picture and a Thousand Words

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September 11, 2015

Follow Always Remembering     In going through my post cards, I came up on this card, purchased when I visited Ellis Island, a stop I most assuredly recommend when visiting New York.  However, I share this post card with you, because of the skyline of New York City.  The card...
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August 13, 2015

Follow Buchanan’s Birthplace State Park     This monument marks the place our fifteenth president, James Buchanan was born, in 1791; at his parent’s trading post, Stony Batter, in Cove Gap, Pennsylvania.       This is one of those just because stops, not something I would have gone out of...
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July 17, 2015

Follow Paul Revere’s Home     One of the only colonial homes left in the North End of Boston, Paul Revere’s Home, has long been a favorite stop, along The Freedom Trail.     Not only is the historical home significant for its occupant’s role, but it is also well staffed,...
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June 12, 2015

Follow  Historic Capitol of Florida – 1845       Located in Tallahassee, the building which once housed the state’s capitol is now a very visitor friendly museum, with free admission and a wonderfully helpful staff.     The building is located in the same area as the new Capitol, which may also be...
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May 25, 2015

Follow Just a Quick Stroll Charlotte, North Carolina   With a few moments on my hands, I parked the car, to take a few pictures  in ‘uptown’ Charlotte of  four bronze sculptures, by Raymond Kaskey, which define Independence Square. Commerce   Industry   Transportation Future “Commerce: The man depicted here is a...
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