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Protected: Jeff’s Three Week Vacation

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Berlin Beach Party

 A young American named Todd was the guide for our bike tour. Our group followed him though the busy streets of Berlin – over small bridges spanning the canals. “Venice … Continue Reading →


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Bunny Comes to Dinner

I deep fried cubes of bread in olive oil as the kids walked into the village to meet our guest. A wooden salad bowl in the cupboard inspired me to … Continue Reading →


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Frying Up Stonehenge

At breakfast the next morning, we had the dining room all to ourselves. We sat down at the largest table, which had been arranged with five place settings. Mrs. M. … Continue Reading →


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Pilgrimage to Abbey Road

The St. Johns Wood neighborhood of north London was a quiet, stately residential neighborhood of elegant homes and well manicured gardens – hardly a place you’d expect “Why Don’t We … Continue Reading →


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Does the Queen Jog Around Her Own Park?

The key was older, longer, and heavier than any I’d ever used. It glided smoothly into the lock and with a quick turn the heavy door opened into our room. … Continue Reading →


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London Calling

There was no fanfare waiting at the airport – not a British flag in site, no band playing God Save the Queen. The airport seemed quite ordinary, other than signs … Continue Reading →


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When Did I Say Yes?

The airplane cabin lights dimmed and gave way to the faint blue glow from a handful of TV screens. Chris and Jill rested their heads on Donna’s shoulders. The spotlight … Continue Reading →