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Will the Circle Be Unbroken?

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If ever you have been or if you ever go to Nashville, you must go to the Ryman Auditorium. There in a converted church is the chapel of all Country Music. Tonight the NCAA moves their premier women’s basketball weekend event into the Ryman Auditorium where there will be a celebration full of country music, […]

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Alyssa Leading the People

Like the famous Eugene Delacroix painting Liberty Leading the People where Liberty is holding the flag of the French Revolution, Alyssa Thomas, a basketball forward superior, will this weekend lead her University of Maryland teammates towards a Women’s NCAA National Championship. Senior Alyssa Thomas was recently named ACC Player of the Year for the third […]

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A Winter Love Affair

person operating snowblower

It’s between The Washington Post and my snow blower. I have been at this rodeo before and knowing better just didn’t stop “it” from happening again. Searching the snow covered driveway today by walking with a ten-foot pole like some beach bum with a metal detector I scratch along the pavement for a telltale bump […]

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Northwest High State Champs (Photos)

A Great Seneca Football Champ Mojo Reigns I don’t know what the pre-season odds for the Northwest High School Jaguars were for them to evolve as State 4A Football Champions – but after covering three title match ups including the 4A Final in Baltimore on Friday evening – it was one powerhouse confirmation that their […]

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Thanksgiving Eve – 2013

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On this Thanksgiving Eve – 2013 Looking back these past 12 months family, I am thankful for: 1. God’s grace for providing us with our first grandchild and a son-in-law to be. 2. Montgomery County Police and Fire & Rescue forces for being on duty in the neighborhood. 3. Mail carriers who deliver – in […]

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The Scarecrows of Poolesville (Photos)

Take a drive this Saturday into the Western Ag Center part of the county to view the goings on at the Whalen Commons area – in beautiful downtown Poolesville. There you will find this collection of community scarecrows -

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Boardwalks and Sea Gulls

Seaside Heights NJ It has been slightly over two years since I was last up to Seaside Heights, New Jersey with my camera. And, it’s been about ten months since Hurricane Sandy stormed through the area. I don’t know what I was expecting but in a way it was a pleasant surprise to see that […]

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Just Too Busy

Tour de France yellow jersey

This is seventh in a series called “Not Rain, Sleet, Snow, nor Floyd or Lance’s Yellow” about the Postal Service sponsorship of its ProCycling Team. “And you were just too busy being fabulous Too busy to think about us” – Frey/Henley/Smith – The Eagles By the time John “Jack” Potter arrived at the USPS’s WF […]

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Yellow Flag Flies Like an Eagle

Tour de France yellow jersey

This is sixth in a series called “Not Rain, Sleet, Snow, nor Floyd or Lance’s Yellow” about the Postal Service sponsorship of its ProCycling Team. The Blue Train Wreck Years – 2001 to 2003 “Time keeps on slippin’, slippin’, slippin’ into the future” – from Steve Miller’s American classic song – Fly Like an Eagle […]

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Blue Train Wreck Years – 2001- 2003

Tour de France yellow jersey

This is fifth in a series called “Not Rain, Sleet, Snow, nor Floyd or Lance’s Yellow” about the Postal Service sponsorship of its ProCycling Team. What has been evident looking at this weeks’ TDF two rides up L’Alpe d’Huez (Stage 18) on NBC Sports Network (NBCSN) was the lack of American flags being waved on […]

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