Monthly Archives: February 2020

Galveston – Driving Tour

I skipped our driving tour, which we took a couple of days ago. First were the tree carvings: A building that attracted my attention, but I have no idea what it was/is And several of the old manses, constructed largely … Continue reading

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Galveston — Ships and Sunset

Friday was our first sunny day – a wonderful greeting when we crawled out of our beds. After breakfast, we climbed into the car and toured the island’s ends. First, the east end, where we could see the ships that … Continue reading

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Galveston – Wednesday

We woke to a cloudy day, but comfortable temperature-wise, and decided a walk on the beach was in order after breakfast. Then down to The Strand across the Island Where I made a friend at the chocolate shop (and of … Continue reading

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Galveston – Getting There

I am in Galveston, Texas, where it’s warmer than it is at home and there is an ocean – well, okay, the Gulf of Mexico, but it looks, sounds, and feels like the ocean, so that makes it an ocean … Continue reading

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A view from across the pond, and back

Originally posted on Peter's pondering:
“The President is merely the most important among a large number of public servants. He should be supported or opposed exactly to the degree which is warranted by his good conduct or bad conduct,…

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