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The Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum

Regardless of whether you liked the man or his works, this is a must see when visiting Key West, Florida.  As part of my schooling I had to read at least one of his books for English literature and as … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday with a wicked egg!

It’s Throwback Thursday and as I’ve been revisiting my England trip file I had to re-share this gem; this event that to this day I still get teased about 🙂 Lewtrenchard Manor My husband’s Aunt and Uncle live in Devon, … Continue reading

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Carol’s Treasure Chest

The day this photo was taken I didn’t go into the store and I’m not quite sure if I’ve ever been in there but the contrast of the wooden building, Christmas decorations, and colorful umbrellas just caught my eye.  Doesn’t … Continue reading

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St. Charles Borromeo 1791 Log Church

As the plaque says on the front of the building, this church is dedicated to the 18th century inhabitants of Les Petites Cotes who built the original church on this site in 1789 – 1791.  It was restored as part … Continue reading

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Granville, Ohio Homes

Granville is a village in Ohio founded by settlers from Granville, Massachusetts and Granby, Connecticut; the first European settlers arrived in 1800 with the first census of the village taken in 1880 listing a population of 1,127.  As of the … Continue reading

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Trinity Church, Boston – Daytime views

I was told by a local that the inside of the church was as amazing as the outside but as often as I walked past it I alas did not go in.  On the list to do when we return.  … Continue reading

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Travel Week: More of Boston Common

Boston Common (also known as “the Common”) is a central public park in Boston, Massachusetts. It is sometimes erroneously referred to as the “Boston Commons“.[4][5] Dating from 1634, it is the oldest city park in the United States.[6] The Boston … Continue reading

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