A Tribute to Doors Gone By – #ThursdayDoors

When Connecticut joined New York and Massachusetts on Sunday in closing bars and restaurants, I thought about the bars I’ve been to, and the bartenders whose company I’ve enjoyed. I’ve always been one to sit at the bar and dine at the bar when traveling. Most of my encounters with bartenders have been positive. That’s... Continue Reading →

From the Archives–No. 1 – #ThursdayDoors

As I mentioned yesterday, I’ve been spending some time organizing digital photos. I’ve made a good amount of progress, but only on the basic goals. The ultimate goal, to have the best photos in a searchable online storage repository remains elusive. I hope to have things figured out well enough to write about the project... Continue Reading →

Thursday Doors – Ancient Boston

My European readers will likely snicker at my use of the word ‘ancient’ when talking about something from the early 1700’s. Still, that’s about as old as it gets in this country, unless you’re talking about some Native American artifacts. According to the Bostonian Society: “The Old State House, the oldest surviving public building in... Continue Reading →

(Almost) All is Right

If we were having a beer, you’d be confused by my opening remark. “Welcome back!” “Thanks, but I wasn’t gone.” “I guess I should have said ‘welcome back, Cheryl’ to avoid the confusion.” “Oh, right. I’m sorry, Cheryl, I didn’t see you. Unfortunately, I’m looking at him.” “It’s OK, it’s good to be back. So,... Continue Reading →

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