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Danbury Railway Museum

This past weekend we ended up visiting the Danbury Railway Museum located in Danbury, CT.

This museum is not only a museum / train graveyard but also is where metro north parks their currently operating trains when not in use.   255 more words


One Super Hip Aunt and The Brownie Express

When gold was discovered there in 1848, hundreds of thousands of people flocked to the area that would a couple years later become state of California. 738 more words


Cost of mailing a letter drops

CLEAR LAKE, Iowa – The U.S. Postal Service dropped prices for its services on Sunday.

First-class letters went from 49 cents to 47 cents, and postcards from 35 cents to 34 cents. 87 more words


life’s   $#@!!*?^& frustrations

MJE feels a certain twisted desire to burst the bubble of that small subset of humans who blithely accept life’s endless disappointments, frustrations and irritants calmly and with good humor. 752 more words

The U.S. Postal Service Just Lowered the Price of a Stamp For the First Time in 100 Years

Snail mail is about to get cheaper.

The U.S. Postal Service announced Thursday that it will drop the price of postage stamps starting this weekend—the first time it has lowered the postage rate in 97 years. 340 more words


Women in Jazz: Sarah Vaughan

March is Women in Jazz Month. To mark the occasion, the U.S. Postal Service is issuing the  Sarah Vaughan Forever stamp.

NJ.com reports:

Jazz legend Sarah Vaughan is being honored with a U.S.

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Great Again

I think I’ve come full circle on Donald Trump. It’s an opposite circle from the one I traveled with William Shatner (and Bill Clinton and Barack Obama). 1,193 more words