Monthly Archives: June 2007

Double X

I was originally thinking of titling this blog entry “XX,” but then I thought that some folks might interpret that to be the Roman numeral for ’20.’ (Oddly enough, if I were to use the title “XXX,” then some might … Continue reading

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Coney Island

I grew up near Coney Island, the beach and boardwalk area known for its fun & games and cheap thrills. (The Cyclone, the famous roller coaster, was down the block.) I still live within an hour’s walk from there, but … Continue reading

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Quickie

Hi, folks. This will be another quickie post for me as I haven’t had time to really write anything. I’ll be taking a class at work all of next week that will require me to study at night so I … Continue reading

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Kimono

One of the things I love about Japan is how they manage to blend the traditional with the modern. Most of Japanese society is, of course, very modern, but they continue to hang on to what came before. One of … Continue reading

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Oldies

I haven’t written much this time as I’ve been busy scanning older negatives the last few nights. Here are a couple of them, showing Rei from Australia as photographed at a house in upstate New York in the fall of … Continue reading

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The Oy’s of Travel

I’m sitting here at home in New York writing my regular Sunday blog entry, so you’d think that everything is normal. Well, it isn’t. This weekend I was supposed to be in Las Vegas. I usually go to Vegas to … Continue reading

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Sometimes I Just Wonder………

I guess I’m not the only person in this world who from time to time just scratches his head in disbelief and astonishment. One such occurrence happened yesterday. My blog here is linked to Stat Counter, a service that tells … Continue reading

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Ah, Paree

I was reading through my copy of National Geographic Traveler magazine last week when I came upon a two page story about the Ile de Cite and the Ile Saint-Louis in Paris. These are two relatively small islands, linked by … Continue reading

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