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About klh048

Retired and a part-time writer/blogger with lots of interests...

A Thought or Two on Preservation

It has been a while since I posted here and things have been happening. My lengthy description of the East Capitol Avenue demolition by neglect is maybe turning obsolete…I hope. The City of Jefferson has finally decided to take some … Continue reading

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On the Passing of the Year

Auld Lang Syne: We cheerfully sing the phrase but shiver to recall what went before or guess what’s yet to come. Old Long Since — “since what?” we ask. Time only knows. We bade Godspeed to so many and so … Continue reading

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Demolition by Neglect – Now You Have It/Now You Don’t

    This is not a unique story — it happens in other places. This is the place I know something about… I lived there thirty-seven years and watched the problem develop. Once upon a time Jefferson City’s Capitol Avenue … Continue reading

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To the Lady Who Put Roses Out

  It was a quiet day on a quiet street. It seems like it was one of those family holidays; Maybe Father’s Day or Mother’s Day… I don’t recall. It was a good day for a walk.   We took … Continue reading

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Walking Down West Main

It’s Fathers’ Day and Jill and I took a morning walk down West Main. Down to me is toward the Capitol (east).     It stormed during the night and was still mostly cloudy and there were a few light … Continue reading

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Taking a Walk Up West Main

We had a beautiful Memorial Day weekend. On Sunday, Jill and I decided to take a walk up to Angelina’s café for breakfast…about a mile up the street. I took my pocket camera and shot some neighborhood pictures. Jill’s House – … Continue reading

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