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THE ROAD – ON AND OFF —

A foray down out of the city and southwest across the Virginia countryside, past battlefields, monuments and headquarters sites from the Civil and Revolutionary wars set among a remarkably gentle and civilized backdrop that is on the move, cautiously, from … Continue reading

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Pics of the New Digs

Just a few for now. Things are still way too busy! -m  

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Fancy Digs

Off the road and holed up in fancy digs in Falls Church, VA, across the street from the apartment of my friend Judy Findlay. A good visit last night over dinner that left me lots to think about. Condolences today … Continue reading

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An Evening With Bob Zellner

ON THE ROAD — Raining in Wilson, NC, where I spent yesterday evening with Bob Zellner, author of “Wrong Side of Murder Creek” and a member of SNCC in the 60s — a southern white boy getting his head beat … Continue reading

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From the Road

Monday, Feb. 25, Wilson, NC — Spent last¬† night in Raleigh, first at dinner with Margaret Underwood and Linda Wolf, who picked me up at the airport and took me to this mammoth steak house called The Angus Barn (I … Continue reading

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OFF ON ANOTHER JAUNT

– this time east to the Carolinas, then north to DC, over to Charlottesville, back to DC then up to NYC for the weekend. Home¬†Monday March 4. Those wanting to discuss, argue or just visit, though, can still reach me … Continue reading

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Moving Crew

This was the moving crew on the big day. Not pictured this day, Constance, George Schaeffer and all those who wandered in through the week and lent strong arms and warm food. Sarah took a few photos of the new … Continue reading

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