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On the train to The Hague

Society’s always collapsing
You said
when I raised a soft objection to
the times

Not nearly or so far
calmed by the deception
of that look in Your eyes… 40 more words

Welcoming Autumn - Our Weekend

This weekend we spent quite a bit of time bicycling.  Thirty-eight kilometers, to be exact.

Here is a little peek as to how we spent our weekend.  359 more words


As Far as the Eye can See

There is a little known museum located in Union, IL, the Illinois Railway Museum.  Truly, it was a joy to visit.

Around every corner, there was another train.   51 more words


Paris to Chamonix

Poking about in a little loft room, not much bigger than a pantry we enjoy our one night in Paris, setting up for the experience of a lifetime, exploring the valleys and passes of the Mont Blanc Massif. 1,044 more words




A Great Train Song “The City of New Orleans by Willie Nelson 


When I’m not writing, blogging, practicing my banjo, being a bum or going on cruises, I enjoy all things railroading.

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Iraq War

Where to Find Moomin Train Stamps along the Isumi Line

Part of the joys of being a train enthusiast in Japan is collecting train stamps. Sounds pretty geeky, but it can get quite addictive as you keep traveling. 172 more words


The Westbound Train 🚉 Pt. 1

In the corner of the bed I can see that I’ve kicked off the sheets again. Even though its May the days have been getting hotter and hotter, and it already feels like July. 800 more words