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Going Out East

The first leg started out pleasant, an unhurried drive to Branson airport, a plane change in Atlanta that involved merely strolling across from Gate 7 to gate 4 in the same terminal and grabbing a sandwich along the way, and … Continue reading

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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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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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These Ozark Hills, 5 – 2012

This is Marideth Sisco for These Ozarks Hills. You’d think, that with May Day just past, I’d be telling you a May Day story. And someday I will. But other things have been cooking in this overcooked hillbilly brain, and … Continue reading

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Back to “It’s So Small!”

— the nation’s capitol, that is. Heading into town, we drove right by the Pentagon, caught a glimpse of the 9/11 memorial, whizzed by the back side of the Lincoln and into town, waved at the White House and the … Continue reading

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First impression of DC — It’s so small!

Arrived in Falls Church late in the day and met Judy’s husband, mother and father-in-law at an Olive Garden restaurant for supper.  Judy’s mother, Lucille, was a friend and mentor to a trio of too-smart teenagers, including me, as we … Continue reading

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Norfolk; (NOR-fk)

Norfolk (NOR-fk) is delightful, what I saw of it. We landed at Colin and Julie’s house and met up with Judy Findlay, my pal from high school days, and one of the few people I can’t match when it comes to … Continue reading

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