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World-Renowned Philosopher John Dewey's House

John Dewey (October 20, 1859 – June 1, 1952) was an American philosopher, psychologist and educational reformer whose ideas have been influential in education and social reform. 153 more words

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No trip to the Florida Keys is worth its salt without visiting the Hemingway Home, and visiting it is truly a rare treat, especially with Chris Parsons as Guide. 371 more words

See you later, Alligator ...

Our winters here in the Pacific Northwest are generally a wet, overcast and grey skies kind of affair. There have been times, when the sun wasn’t visible for well over a month! 421 more words


Key Lime Square

Key West’s Duval Street is full of side alleys with a plethora of stores, boutiques, souvenir shops & restaurants! Key Lime Square is no exception, this is one of only a few ‘L’ shaped alleyways with entrances from two different streets. 154 more words

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labor day weekend getaway.

my top 5 picks of where I’d like to be this holiday weekend…and they’re all at a BEACH. it’s always just the perfect place with the perfect temperature. 49 more words

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Welcome To Any City In The Keys

Here are some of the more interesting city limit signs you’ll find along your drive down US-1 South. They make memorable photos especially if you’ll be stopping to see one of the attractions mentioned in a previous blog. 129 more words

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A few more of water

You never really know what you might catch when you go fishing, right? I managed to snag some great new photographs with “water” as the theme, including this one of a couple of my nephews fishing in a puddle. 91 more words

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