The Old Manse – #ThursdayDoors

In my recent business trips to Burlington, Massachusetts, I have explored the nearby towns of Lexington and Concord. Just saying “Lexington and Concord” causes most Americans to immediately think of our Revolutionary War where we fought for independence from the British. That war began within the geography of these two towns. I have been through... Continue Reading →

Concord Doors – #ThursdayDoors

Last month, that is to say, February (now that we’re on April’s doorstep) I shared some doors from the historic Battle Green (Commons) in Lexington, Ma. I mentioned that both Lexington and neighboring Concord lay claim to firing the first shot, winning the first battle, burying the first casualties in the Revolutionary War. I wasn’t... Continue Reading →

Lexington Doors – #ThursdayDoors

You really can’t get much more central to this country’s (US) becoming a free nation than the Common in Lexington, Massachusetts. Claimed to be the "birthplace of American liberty," Lexington shares in the legend of firing the first shot, tallying the first wounded, winning the first battle and so on and so forth with the... Continue Reading →

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