Rivers in Connecticut

Memories of Connecticut include tubing on the Farmington River, complete with white water. Read More …

Photo Restoration: 1960’s Era

If you think your old family photos are in good condition, think again. Age, temperature, humidity and photo albums may have turned them yellow, faded their color and within a generation all images will be gone. Read More …

Day 297-298: Honoring my Dad on Veterans Day

Today on Veterans Day I honor my Dad, who served in WWII and Korea, his Army Airborne wings and badges in the shadow box are very dear to me. Read More …

Day 274: Angel Unaware, Down’s Syndrome in the 1950’s

Children with Down’s syndrome did not always mean acceptance Roy Rogers and Dale Evans helped changed this opinion in the 1950’s and wrote this book about their daughter. Read More …

Day 270-273: Treasures in the Attic

What do you call boxes of old stuff? Antiques, vintage, collectibles, memorabilia, or just junk? Read More …

Day 263-267: Memories of Growing Up in the 1970’s

Memories of a 1970’s childhood were packed away in boxes, cereal box records, Peanuts lunch boxes and drawings lovingly saved. Read More …

Day 243/365: Top 10 Reason Why I Love Southwest Airlines

The top ten reasons why I love Southwest Airlines, never thought I would love an airlines, but they do go above and beyond. Read More …

Day 239/365: A Friendly’s Perfect Ending Ice Cream Sundae

Since Friendly’s isn’t in Nebraska yet, I have to over indulge in sundaes when I return to Connecticut Read More …

Day 232/365: Dining on Block Island

Dining on Block Island is a culinary adventure, even on a budget you can eat local foods you certainly won’t find in the Midwest. Read More …