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What is an Automobile Roller Coaster?

I don’t know which better describes the answer to this question: “You learn something new every day” or “People do the wackiest things.” At the monthly meeting of the Broadview Historical Society this afternoon, the presenter showed a clip from … Continue reading

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Dunn Gardens: Snowdrop Stroll

This afternoon, Tim and I walked over to the Dunn Gardens for their first open house event of the year. According to their web site: “At this time of year Dunn Gardens welcomes members and their guests to¬†view the snowdrops, … Continue reading

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The Latest in Lawn Ornaments

A couple days ago, I took a break from the computer to get some air and stretch my legs. Frequently, when I take a stroll, I see something that makes me wish I had brought my camera along. So today, … Continue reading

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Seen on the Street

As I walked to the post office today around noon, I happened to see this. I stopped to look closer. How did it come to be there? Who put it there? What happened to it to break off the man’s … Continue reading

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Out and About in Our Neighborhood

In the evening, when the weather is good, Tim and I like to take a walk around the neighborhood. Often, we do this after dinner, but occasionally before, such as happened today. Often we go down a walking trail nearby, … Continue reading

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