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That Big Brothers Big Sisters is over 100 years old! As the nation’s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (bigs) and children (littles), ages 6 through 13, in communities across the country. 435 more words

For Ian

Driving to my step-family’s house, I noticed this ghost wheel. There’s nowhere to pull over driving up their hill, so I proceeded to their house. But shortly after I arrived, I told my step-brother I was going to take a quick walk down the hill for a photo, and he joined me. 13 more words

Classic El Camino

Steampunk history lesson

Published Aug. 18, 2016, in the Concord Monitor

They mocked his idea, called him “Crazy Marsh” and said he might as well try building a “railway to the Moon.” But the state Legislature gave Sylvester Marsh the variance he needed to build the Cog Railway up Mount Washington anyway – it was only his finances at risk after all. 882 more words


Welcome to Pittsburgh!

After seven months of dating, M and I finally took a trip together. More accurately, I went to Pittsburgh for work and M tagged along. But we managed to squeeze in some tourist time – my first real tourist effort even though I’ve been to Pittsburgh a handful of times. 200 more words


Happy Restaurant Week!

It’s once again time for Restaurant Week! From today until August 21, you can visit more than 60 restaurants to try special menus that each restaurant has put together for the week. 142 more words


Supporters gather to celebrate softball team

The Mount Washington All-Stars took their “belief” into action and rolled through the 8-and-under Babe Ruth World Series this week in Jensen Beach, Fla.

The Mount Washington team won the Kentucky state title in Fern Creek to qualify for the national tournament in Florida. 458 more words


Marmots at Mount Washington

A couple of things to remember…don’t jump… – A. Bryant

…and don’t look down – A. Bryant

Our gang after the final summit push – D.

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