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Key West, Florida - Day 4, Pilgrimage

Now, there is perhaps a modest chance that some of you who have been following this blog were thinking that this whole trip to Key West was just an excuse for lots of eating, drinking and general making merry.   1,210 more words

Key West

Key West – America's Southernmost City

Key West – America’s Southernmost City

 The isolated island of Key West marks the southernmost point of the United States. Situated at the end of the 106-mile long Overseas Highway which links the chain of islands hanging off the southern tip of Florida, Key West has inevitably developed as a haven for artists, writers, divers, fishing enthusiasts and those wanting to escape run-of-the-mill life in mainstream America. 622 more words

Florida

Little White House

1938-1941

10789 Gordon St. North Plains, Oregon

“The Garden of Eden of Oregon: North Plains, a thriving town where things are doing…” (North Plains Optimist Aug. 535 more words

Boyd

I Blame Dragon Age Inquisition

Hello fellow questers! I’ve had a few inquiries about if I’ve been on any more adventures. The answer is, abso-bloody-lutely but I am very much behind in posting up. 50 more words

Photography

The Warm Springs Story Available Today!

The long-anticipated release of F. Martin Harmon’s The Warm Springs Story: Legacy and Legend has arrived! Mercer University Press is proud to be part of such important scholarship on a much neglected aspect of medical, presidential, and Southern history. 1,218 more words

Author News

FDR, the Famous TP Roll & More

I wasn’t going to do another Little White House post.  But two commenters mentioned the 69 year old toilet paper roll — and I must admit, it made an impression on me, too.  232 more words

Camping

Little White House

I have edited out my political commentary on FDR and am just leaving photos I took of the Little White House in Warm Springs, GA today. 244 more words

Camping