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Lunafete 2015

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New Orleans

Visiting and Touristing in St. Louis

Our next stop was in St. Louis to visit with Tom’s niece, two nephews, and their families. We had spent a week in the St. Louis area in May, staying first with his brother (who was unfortunately on a trip while we were there this time) then his niece and finally, one of his nephews. 1,409 more words

Historical Sites

Fence Jumper Detained at White House

Bradford Richardson reports: The White House was locked down on Thursday afternoon when an intruder jumped the fence, according to the Secret Service.

The jumper, identified as Joseph Caputo, was immediately detained. 46 more words

Barack Obama

The White House Gingerbread House Exhibit

I don’t like it when retailers start focusing on Christmas well before Thanksgiving.  And if it were up to me, I would have all stores be closed on Thanksgiving to allow employees to spend the day with their families.  468 more words


A capital day

By accident, we found ourselves in front of the White House. The grey and quiet late morning had few people there – just the usual clumps of tourists trading cameras while the rest of the group posed, families with babies in strollers, a few Washingtonians walked quickly by on their way to somewhere important…. 310 more words


Permanent Protest

When Kish and I lived in Washington, D.C. in the early ’80s, a “Ban the Bomb” protestor camped in Lafayette Square Park, just across Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House. 219 more words


Preview: Mike and Stephanie

Lafayette love.  Here’s a sneek peek of these lovelies.