Cache repair & Christmas tree

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Yesterday, we went out to repair one of our geocaches.  Someone reported a week ago that they couldn’t find our cache at the Sojourner Truth statue.  Going to check it out, we saw that some people had done some clean up work and they removed a bunch of shrubs that the cache was hiding behind.  […]

Tree time

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We started the day by driving up to Ashfield, Massachusetts and got breakfast at Elmer’s.  They changed their menu and I had something called, “Mount Saint Elmer’s”.  It was great, as always.  Next, we drove around the corner (and a mile or so down the road) and went to Cranston’s Tree Farm. As soon as […]

Thanksgiving

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Today was that holiday-day to give thanks for things, and eat a bountiful meal.  After sleeping in, Kari and I made potatoes and some corn casserole-thing (personally, I’m not a fan of casserole-anything, but everyone seemed to lurv it) and drove up to my mother’s in South Deerfield.  We have to drive past the Yankee […]

When Wednesday is a Friday

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A cafe in Paris we went to, once upon a time. Even though it’s a Wednesday night, it’s like I’m perched on a Friday overlooking a super slow weekend.  For the second time in my adult life, I have Thanksgiving off.  I know I shouldn’t be surprised still, but after a career in the hotel […]

I remembered

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Last week I mentioned something that I was going to write about, but then didn’t, and then I forgot what it was.  Now I remember!  Honestly, it’s kinda dumb, but have you ever seen cars and trucks with those small black plastic boxes attached to the top two screws of the front license plate?  For […]

New York – a day trip

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Kari’s mother was leading a group of students from her college, in South Carolina, up to New York for a field trip, so we took the train down there to meet her for the day. We got up super early and were at the train station in New Haven, Connecticut by 7am.  While we were […]