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Paying My Respects to George Gordon Meade

The paths and driveways through Philadelphia’s Laurel Hill Cemetery remind me of an ant farm I had when I was a kid. The ways twist and scurry across the landscape unpredictably in three dimensions. 750 more words


Tanka 26

The highway’s neighbors
unconcerned by the noise,
settled as they are
in a graveyard. And their guests
value the easy access. 6 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Graceful

January 23, 2017 — This week’s photo challenge is graceful.


16 Posts from 2016

A late December evening, 2016. I add a little stronger peppermint to my peppermint mocha, listen to the most recent works of Wilco, Bob Dylan, and the late great Leonard Cohen, and contemplate my year by strolling through the last 12 months worth of entries in this blog. 669 more words

Laurel Hill Cemetery

Peculiar though it might seem, for my birthday trip I chose to go for an explore of Laurel Hill Cemetery. Although I don’t think I qualify as a taphophile, I have always loved cemeteries. 1,781 more words

Celebrate the Season with a Scary Good Time

October 28, 2016 – It’s the last weekend in October, and you know what that means. It’s time to get your fright on.

If you’re not heading to a party this weekend and live in the southeastern Pennsylvania area, stop by one of the many haunts that promise to scare you silly. 435 more words

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