Every person who gets interviewed on television says the same thing. It’s the current mantra about “the U.S.A.,” that these hooligans who rioted in our Capitol are not really who we are. Not really. Just, well, maybe sometimes. I think… Read More ›
I don’t know how they will get it done, but I’m sure there will be flags in the Revolutionary War cemetery in the middle of town. It’s directly across from the dam and it is beautiful especially in the autumn…. Read More ›
And tonight, minus the rain and the lightning, game two commenced … and we won. Two down, two to go. No power outage and there will be a day off, then they will be off to L.A. It was 47… Read More ›
Memorial Day Memorial Day (formerly Decoration Day) is observed on the last Monday of May. It commemorates the men and women who died in military service. In observance of the holiday, many people visit cemeteries and memorials, and volunteers place… Read More ›
It’s a red, white and blue kind of day … so here is a collection of red, white, and blue images taken over a long period of time by Garry and I all around New England.