Monthly Archives: April 2012

Manhunt at Maywood

Having a fire engine with a full complement of firefighters in the driveway is reassuring when there is a fugitive in the woods. Being protected in our sleep by so many law enforcement and emergency workers makes me feel secure. … Continue reading

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Reasonable Rides

My blog today is primarily aimed at our readers of The Zone who live or have family or friends in Harford County. Those of us in the more highly populated part of Harford County, are using a service that the Seniors, handicapped and … Continue reading

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A Tale of Haggis

Strolling through the Notting Hill market during my recent trip to London, I did not see Hugh Grant or Julia Roberts.  I did, however, see a sign in a butcher’s stall for haggis.  I had to take a picture of … Continue reading

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We’ve got the Blues

One of my favorites and probably the most interesting bird on the Rumsey Island Canal is back again for another year of fishing on our waterway. Actually they never had to leave us and take their trip south this winter. The only … Continue reading

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Take pride in what YOU do

I have a friend who is doing some amazing things in terms of fitness.  She’s part of The Biggest Loser contest going on now at Gold’s Gym Shrewsbury.  Prior to the start of this contest, she was a big part of our … Continue reading

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Live from London

I  think I’m in London.  That’s where the plane landed.  And there are red double-decker buses lumbering down the streets.  The traffic goes in the wrong direction.  Yield signs say “Give way” and exit signs read “Way out.”  I have … Continue reading

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The Lowly Dandelion

I saw the first one last week, just off the edge of the patio, gleaming a bright yellow in the morning sun light  The first Dandelion flower of the spring.  In the current age of herbicides and  efforts to make … Continue reading

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The Day After a Binge… The Story of my Easter Monday

How many of you suffered from a “hangover” due to the food coma you endured after your Easter or Passover meal?  I announced to my class Monday morning that I felt like the Goodyear Blimp, all blown up from my … Continue reading

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Little Man Hands

It was too quiet Friday morning, so I looked outside and saw the little guy working on the tractor with PopPop.  From the upstairs window it was just the cutest thing.  Then I went outside to inspect closer.  Oh my! … Continue reading

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Secrets of Harford County

One of Harford County’s best kept secrets is beginning to get out. Right smack dab in the middle of ZIP code 21014, the town of Bel Air, is a beautiful 18 hole, PGA rated golf course, laid out on what was … Continue reading

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