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Today is the 4th of July in the States. Even though we live in London, we still try to celebrate all the American holidays. Tonight we’ll lift a glass in a salute to the US. Instead of having one travel … Continue reading
Foggy and rainy days and nights always sparks my imagination about ghosts, witches, and vampires. For other entries, please visit Ailsa’s page.
During my walk today I noticed how brown things are starting to look in London. We haven’t had any rain recently and the grass, trees, and shrubs are starting to show it. Here’s a photo I took last year during … Continue reading
Each day I walk my dog in the Brompton Cemetery. Many people go there to walk, run, and sit on a bench to read. While on my walk today I was thinking of all the different cemeteries I’ve visited and … Continue reading
The North Bridge, Concord, Massachusetts. This was where the American Revolutionary War began in 1775. It is hard to image that a war started in such a beautiful place. Through the trees you can see the Old Manse, a … Continue reading
This photo was taken from the car while driving on one of the roads in Concord, Massachusetts last May. I loved the greenness against the cloudy sky.
Walden Pond, Concord, Massachusetts. This was one of the ponds by Thoreau’s house. The actual pond is much larger.
Near the North Bridge in Concord, Massachusetts. The North Bridge is the site in the Battle of Concord, the first day of battle during the American Revolutionary War.