Monthly Archives: July 2012

Old Jail in Newark

After reading about the tour of Newark’s old jail, I donned my new resort attire (white blouse with flowers – $4 on clearance, (somehow) matching tangerine clam diggers – $1 on clearance, tangerine flip flops – $1 where everything costs $1) … Continue reading

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Return to the Athens Lunatic Asylum

Although this summer has too busy for me to explore, after reading  Asylum on the Hill: History of a Healing Landscape .I  took yet another trip to Athens. Visitors are allowed to tour  the Kennedy Museum of Art housed in … Continue reading

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The Rock

Here is Important Information from our friend the rock smuggler: She picked it up from a pile of many stones that are chipping off a cemetery wall, on Valentia Island, off the Ring of Kerry in County Kerry. Nothing was … Continue reading

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Where Cool Went to School

It was time for a day of vacation, so when B.D. suggested we hit the road and visit Fairmount, Indiana (“Where Cool Went to School” aka James Dean’s hometown and final resting place), I jumped at the chance!  Up at 5:30 … Continue reading

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100 Years of Excitement

While visiting “Coolville,” Indiana earlier this week, we decided to make a pit stop on the way home.  Oh, it would add precious time and miles to our trip, but we decided it was worth it. B.D. claims to not … Continue reading

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Moonville, Here We Come!!!

My birthday was a couple of days ago, and although I survived it (thanks to #1 Son, B.D., L.W., grand frère and #1 Grandson the Elder and #1 Grandson the Younger) quite enjoyably, it made me think that time’s a-wastin’.   … Continue reading

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Meanwhile, back at the gulch…

When we last left our story, FF and I were wandering the countryside enjoying the Moonville Tunnel and Cemetery. Before we found the Moonville graveyard, we learned about the Keeton Cemetery, next to Lake Hope.  Here are pictures: According to … Continue reading

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