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Food

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December 1, 2017

Follow Kate’s Pizzelles   Kate makes pizzelles every year, at Christmas, and they are always a hit. They are a very thin and almost understated cookie; I assure you they are highly addictive! Our first Christmas in Maine, after everyone had moved out, from California, Kate spent the 24th making dozens...
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In Nature

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November 29, 2017

Follow You’ve Got Mail The 91st Street Garden     At Riverside Park New York, New York   Let me start by confessing that despite more than a bit of grief from all of the tech people, in my life, I still use AOL, though its latest version may be the...
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Poet’s Corner

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November 28, 2017

Follow God’s World By Edna St. Vincent Millay     “O world, I cannot hold thee close enough! Thy winds, they wide gray skies! Thy mists, that roll and rise! They woods, this autumn day, that ache and sag And all but cry with color! That gaunt crag To crush! To...
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Art

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November 27, 2017

Follow To love a painting is to feel that this presence is… not an object but a voice. ~ Andre Malraux ~      The Portland by Antonio Jacobson   U.S.S. Portland, S. S. Packet Company Daily line between Portland and Boston Art does so many different things, from enriching us...
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In the Wild!

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November 22, 2017

Follow Baby Turkey’s   Though we have a flock of turkey’s that live across the river, and often come over for a bite to eat, they never bring their children for a visit. Thus, the first time I saw a baby turkey, In Nature, was driving home from the Ogunquit Theater,...
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The Dialogue

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November 19, 2017

Follow Giving Thanks and Stuffing       When I was in eighth grade, we were living in Hawaii, and I came home from school, inspired by my Home Economics teacher: I asked my Mother if I could cook Thanksgiving and if we could have duck, instead of turkey.  My Mother, God bless her,...
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Public Square

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November 16, 2017

Follow Fort Pitt Museum at Point State Park     “Courage on Trail” Nat H. Youngblood   “The Fort Pitt Museum, located in historic Point State Park in downtown Pittsburgh, is a two-floor, 12,000-square-foot museum that presents the story of Western Pennsylvania’s essential role during the French & Indian War, the...
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Food

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November 13, 2017

Follow Spicy Cranberry – Orange Relish     So many of the foods that we gather to enjoy together, on Thanksgiving, must be prepared either the day of our dinner or the night before, to be at their optimal; however, that is not true with this delicious spicy cranberry-orange relish, which...
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Perfect Post Cards – Picture and a Thousand Words

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November 11, 2017

Follow Writing Home     I imagine that writing home is no longer a group activity for our men and women, in the armed services; but I feel certain that this post card, from World War I captures one of most important moments in these men’s lives.  The black and white...
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A View from the Road

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November 4, 2017

Follow Picture Perfect     Driving along the coast, in Massachusetts, I happened to spot this man, standing on the rocks; positioning himself to take the perfect picture – of course, to me he was picture perfect!


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