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Mid Century Nordic Folk Art Map of Beacon Hill in Boston

The first part of my life was spent in the Minneapolis area. I, along with many other grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Scandinavian immigrants in Minnesota, was surrounded by Nordic folk art, food, and costumes. 378 more words

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Rise Up, Wise Up, Eyes Up

Might as well spend Labor Day exploring Boston.  Based on some word-of-mouth recommendations and a quick google, I had a few walkable stops that I wanted to visit and photograph before my schedule got a bit too busy. 147 more words

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Restaurant Review: Xan's Mongolian Barbeque

Location: 11670 Sarcee Trail NW

We’ve passed this restaurant on many occasions when going to other businesses in the Beacon Hill area.  Each time, Brae and I have remarked that we should try this place out, but, of course, once it’s out of sight, it’s out of mind.   823 more words

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Open Houses this Weekend: August 12th & 13th

Along Lake Washington waters, Kirkland it hosting their annual summer festival: Kirkland’s SummerFest. This vibrant waterfront attraction boasts the beauty and natural serenity of Kirkland’s downtown lifestyle. 439 more words

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Charles Bulfinch the Architect of Washington D.C.

The Tunnel Guy…

Charles Bulfinch was hired after he gave President James Monroe a tour of the tunnels he built throughout the Boston Back Bay Neighborhoods. 174 more words

Tunnels

9 Gorgeous South Lake Union, Seattle Eateries & Cafes

Seattle is known for many things: The Gum Wall, the Space Needle, rocking seafood, and crazy traffic. But, there’s also that niche of excellent eateries brazenly ambushing our city! 849 more words

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Charity hike practice

So I’ve been through a lot and throughout it all anxiety and depression were my best friends. On all my journeys a shadow loomed over and I would become fearful, angry and distance myself. 294 more words