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Southeast U.S.

Thanks to Hurricane Irma I received another all expenses paid trip to the southeastern states. Brief stops in Columbia, S.C., Jacksonville, FL. and then two weeks in Atlanta. Here are a few pictures. Advertisements

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It’s Minnesota Doncha Know

I had the good fortune to be in Minnesota this past week, where the weather was cool and the people are nice and the natives talk with accents they don’t even know they have, and grown men actually say things … Continue reading

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Littleton, Colorado

Littleton is part of the Denver metropolitan area, located in the southwest corner, parts of it bordering the foothills of the Rockies. It has a population of about 41,000 at last count. It is the typical American suburban community, in … Continue reading

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October Road Trip

The original plan for our October road trip was to visit Nashville, Charleston, and Asheville, North Carolina, in that order. When Cheryl and I left home on Sunday morning Hurricane Matthew was churning toward Haiti, and we were not too … Continue reading

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Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Sioux Falls is one of those towns you rarely hear about, but when you have a chance to spend a few days exploring it, you come to realize it is (cliche alert) an undiscovered jewel. It’s a friendly town in … Continue reading

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Northern Colorado

The best thing about Loveland, Colorado is that it’s in northern Colorado, at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. The worst thing about Loveland is that it’s in northern Colorado, on the edge of the High Plains, which is also … Continue reading

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Lubbock, Texas

Lubbock, Texas is built on the Llano Estacado, an escarpment, or mesa, that is slightly larger than the state of Indiana. The landscape, described in song by James McMurtry as being “flatter than a table top”, was once covered by … Continue reading

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