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National Zoo and DC

We spent the weekend in DC with Andy and Claire, and had a marvelous time, as always. Even the blisters are worth it. Some moments to share: And a bonus shot of last night’s incredible sunset after an intense storm … Continue reading

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Five months later…

Ok, it’s been a long time, blah blah blah. Moving on: Greg’s new haircut: The garden this year: This is the point every year that I’m still hopeful about the garden; sadly, we haven’t gotten much of a harvest the … Continue reading

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Returning: May

What can I say, it’s been an intense summer. I’m going to add a post for each month since May, and try and hit the highlights. We planted the garden: Added some more flowers: Baked some pirate cupcakes: Greg, Dan … Continue reading

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Spring Baseball Flowers (not related to each other)

We’ve had a lovely few weekends, visiting with friends and family and traveling and other good stuff. Last Sunday, we drove to DC for Shane’s birthday, and saw a Nationals game (playing the Florida Marlins). The Nationals lost badly, but … Continue reading

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Blacks Run Clean-Up Day

On Saturday, Greg, Dan and I volunteered in the annual Blacks Run Clean-Up Day.  Blacks Run is the creek that runs through downtown, JMU, and most of the city, then swings south below Massanutten (the mountain we used to live … Continue reading

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Odd Things

Last night (really, early this morning), I dreamed that I was about to teach my first class this summer. There were way more students in the room than there were supposed to be, but I was going to just go … Continue reading

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1910

Connected to the Luray Caverns is a Car and Carriage museum. Apart from several incredibly cheesy manequins dressed in period clothing, the museum is really impressive, with lots of contextual information.  But what struck me the most this visit was … Continue reading

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