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Tomorrow, Caribou

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Postcards from Presque Isle

It’s Friday and I just updated The Lady Alone Traveler blog over at the Sun Journal’s website.  Click on the gorgeous lighting fixture to be transported to Presque Isle, Maine. Amish buggies, beagles, and more…

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It Smelled Like Teen Spirit

Last Friday, I took a trip down memory lane with a post called “The Beautiful Unfinished Bridge.”  I know I said I would tell you about the psychic session I had in 1999, but I’ve changed my mind.  I’m going … Continue reading

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In the Stacks

One of my blog readers tells me she goes into “hermit” mode in January.  Jaxon says “it’s the most depressing month of the year.” Well! The library stacks are a good place to isolate in this “most depressing month of … Continue reading

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The Robber Barons of Rumford

I worked on a volunteer project with a friend named Grace once. The project was called “The Poverty Resistance Project” and to be perfectly honest, I don’t remember its purpose. Maybe we planned a fundraiser or maybe we did some … Continue reading

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