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Is There FAIRness in the World?
Is there a place that you have traveled to when you were younger that you wish you could visit again? You can pretty much read Elaine’s Wednesday post, with some of Patty’s from Monday and Angie’s from Tuesday, since they … Continue reading
Posted in America, characters, childhood, Children's books, classics, descriptions, experiences, Family, futuristic, helping others, imagination, inspiration, Life, memories, Miscellaneous, reviews, shyness, summer, Tonette Joyce, traditions, Travel Tagged Baltimore, Ellicott City Maryland, New York City 1965 World's Fair, Suburbs, The Enchanted Forest, travel 10 Comments
The Strain of a Train is a Pain
… and a Drain on my Brain By Jeff Salter We’re talking trains and my only significant rail experience was travel to a family wedding in April, 2002. This version is GREATLY condensed — the original was … Continue reading
Posted in Jeff Salter, Life, Miscellaneous, Random thoughts, writing Tagged Amtrak, Baltimore, Birmingham, compartment, Crescent Line, ferret, Meridian, potty, railroad, security, shoes, sleeper car, train, train travel, trains 32 Comments