Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Month of February 1929

A friend gave me this giant newspaper bound book of the New York Times for the month of February, 1929. It’s fascinating reading Trotsky trash-talk Stalin (surprising that Trotsky lived another ten years before Stalin had him assisinated). As this … Continue reading

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Inconspicuous Artifacts

Here are three artifacts recently exposed during a demolition on property overlooking the Potomac. They are not easy to recognize as human artifacts! At left is a quartzite scraper that I already mentioned in a previous post. At middle is … Continue reading

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Birds and Kitty

As soon as the sycamores lost their folliage and revealed a giant weavers nest in the sycamore tree . . . . . . across the street, Hello Kitty makes an appearance.

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